Apple chief executive Steve Jobs has reportedly answered a customer’s e-mail, saying that company’s much-hyped iPad would eventually allow users to print.
As per MacRumors, Apple chief responded to a customer who question why iPad was devoid of printing ability. Apple’s iPad has been facing criticism for customers for lacking ability to print.
However, MacRumors presented no email-header proof to support the message's authenticity.
Apple’s much-anticipated iPad would hit a total of nine international markets, including Britain on May 28th.
Both, WiFi only and Wi-Fi + 3G 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models will be made available in Britain.
But, British customers will have to pay nearly £90 more than their US counterparts for the cheapest version of the iPad, while the most expensive version will cost them around £130 more than their US counterparts.
The so-called revolutionary product, iPad, was launched on April 3rd in the US. Apple later claimed that sold more than one million units of the device in first twenty-eight days after its launch.
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