The new delivery schedule includes all version of the new iPad from the 16GB Wi-Fi only version up to the 64GB Wi-Fi/4G version. This improvement in the delivery schedule for the new iPad comes as the supply of the device has improved recently. This is also a significant improvement from the three week waiting period for the device when it was initially offered in the market in the middle of March.
Even as US consumers are experiencing an improvement on the delivery schedule, European consumers will have to endure some more as the waiting period for the new iPad in some countries in Europe is still around two weeks. One the other hand the online store in Korea and Japan has a shorter waiting period compared to its European counterparts at around seven days.
The new iPad of Apple is already available in 56 countries around the world as the company added a number of countries where the device will be available in. Among the latest countries included in the list of countries where the new iPad is available are India, Thailand, South Africa, Estonia, Montenegro, Colombia, Lithuania, Israel and Latvia.
The last quarter saw 11.8 million iPad units sold by Apple. Despite the increase of around 150 percent compared to the same period last year, the projected sales of industry watchers was at around 13 million units. This may give indications that the supply cannot keep up with the demand for the new iPad.
Peter Oppenheimer, the CFO of Apple, had revealed earlier that the company cannot keep up with the demand for the new iPad.