There is no secret behind the massive success of Apple’s iPad business, they have only served the coolest product in the public with continuously improving hardware and operating systems year-by-year. Apple has already launched the third-generation iPad 3 in the public on last weekend, and reportedly have served more than 3 million new iPad units since the launch day, in short they have achieved the goal in just 4 days after the launch of the device, while many other competitors take hundreds of days to achieve such a milestone. The new iPad launch actually beats the old iPad launch weekend sales record, and as well as set new sales record in the company.

The new iPad initially launched in ten countries, including the U.S, and reportedly Apple is still providing the units in their retail stores without even a single stock outage. Apple announced recently that they would have limited stock of the new iPad 3, but after the launch, it appears that Apple finally managed to fight against the stock outage issue, and prepares itself with huge demand from the users regarding the next-generation iPad with the number of new features and hardware upgrades.

 

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macau, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

 

It is now reported that Apple is looking forward to launch the new iPad further into 24 new countries by this week, launching the new iPad over 24 countries on this Friday. We expect that Apple is actively going to manage all the demand pressure of the device on their retail stores, and as well as playing good this time with third-party resellers of the device. With the launch of new iPad into 24 more countries by this week, Apple will make a new record in rolling out its devices with such speed and stock availability.

Apple is going to launch the new iPad into these countries by Friday, and the Retail Stores in these countries will be open from 8:00 AM, as they opened in the U.S on new iPad launch in the country. However, last year Apple went out of stock with iPad 2 production, and slipped the shipping time to months, and took several months to catch up with consumer demand.