The iPad 2 went on sale in countries across Asia and beyond Friday as Apple's updated gadget entered an ever more crowded market.
Hundreds of Apple fans in Japan queued to snap up the iPad 2 Thursday as the latest version of the popular tablet finally went on sale after a month-long delay caused by the March 11 quake and tsunami.
Apple announced Wednesday that the iPad 2 will go on sale in Japan, Singapore, South Korea and other countries this week.
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Apple's eagerly-awaited iPad 2 will go on sale Friday at 16:00 GMT in 25 countries in Europe, Oceania and the Americas, two weeks after its official launch in the United States.
Hundreds of people queued for up to two days to get their hands on the iPad 2 which went on sale in Australia on Friday for the first time.
Apple said Tuesday that the iPad 2, the latest model of the hot-selling tablet computer, will go on sale in Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea in April.
Namrata, a Delhi University student, turned an iPad tablet computer round in her hands at an electronics store in the city. It is Apple's latest must-have item -- yet it is already out of date.
Apple could face shortages of components for the iPad 2 because of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, according to a research firm.