The 3G version of Apple’s iPad Mini and iPad 4 just received an approval that would compatible with China Unicom and China Telecom 3G network, where China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center TENAA listed the device as model number A1455 and A1460 respectively. Obtaining such a permit has always been an indication that a release date is imminent. More info after the break.
The two cellular version iPad Mini and iPad 4 are likely to support all three China’s Telecom firms 3G network — China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA, China Unicom’s WCDMA and China Telecom’s CDMA 2000.
The cellular version iPad Mini is priced at 3,488 yuan (US$563), 4,288 yuan (US$692) and 5,088 yuan (US$821) for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB respectively. Whereas the iPad fourth generation is priced at 4,688 yuan (US$756), 5,488 (US$855) and 6,288 (US$1,014).
The Wi-Fi only versions iPad Mini and iPad 4 arrived in mainland China on December 7 and iPhone 5 landed on December 14. Apple did not announced how many iPads did the company sell since launch, but it did announce the sales figure of iPhone 5 saying it had sold “more than 2 million” units over the opening weekend.
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