WalMart 2011 iPad 2 Black Friday Sales – Deals for Apple iPad Products During Thanksgiving Friday Sales Event
There is very little doubt that one of the most popular items as a Christmas gift idea in 2011 will be the Apple iPad 2. With these items selling out for quite some time it should come as no surprise to see millions of Americans looking for WalMart 2011 iPad 2 Black Friday sales and deals as many parents and guardians will look to give this technology item as a Christmas gift to their children during the holiday season this year.
When looking for the lowest price deals on Apple iPad products it may be a wise decision to look towards the largest retailer in the world – WalMart. It is important to note that the Apple iPad 2 has been a very hot selling item over the last several months so it will likely be true that only the original Apple iPad will be marked down for Black Friday sales. It might be a smart decision to buy the original version of this tablet devices that could help many Americans save quite a bit of money rather than purchasing the full price second generation version.
With millions Americans still looking for opportunities to save it should come as no surprise to see many of these individuals looking online to find the best sales and deals when it comes to the Apple iPad 2. Remember that there may be many opportunities to save money by purchasing this item in an auction but it is often the case that it is not a sealed and brand-new item. It is always advisable to do research and completely understand what item is being bought before making an online purchase during the Christmas shopping season of 2011.
Here is some more information about the Apple iPad 2 from Wikipedia:
Much speculation preceded the iPad’s unveiling. More or less typical was a November 2010 piece by Economic News Daily, reporting that the iPad 2 would have a better display, a USB port, and front- and back-facing camera — only the last of which was correct.
Apple sent invitations to journalists on February 23, 2011, for a media event on March 2. Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs revealed the device at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on March 2, 2011, despite being on medical leave.
Apple began selling the iPad 2 on its website on March 11, and in its U.S. retail stores at 5 p.m. local time on that date. Many stores in major cities, such as New York, sold out within hours. Online shipping delays had increased to three to four weeks on Sunday and four to five weeks by Tuesday. One analyst predicted that Apple would sell 35 million iPad 2s in 2011, noting that the iPad is more advanced yet cheaper than most other tablets.
The iPad 2 was released internationally in 25 other countries on March 25, 2011. The countries included Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Hungary, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Apple announced that the iPad 2 will be released in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and other countries in April 2011.
The March 25 release date for Japan has been postponed due to the earthquake and tsunami which struck the nation on 11 March 2011. The iPads may be delayed due to the NAND flash storage chip used in the iPads being created by Toshiba, which has been affected by the earthquake and tsunami and has closed indefinitely. The slowdown caused analysts to downgrade Apple’s stock.