iPhone 5 launching in China on December 14, iPad 4 and iPad mini Wi-Fi on December 7

The iPhone 5, along with the Wi-Fi only versions of the iPad 4 and iPad mini would go on sale in China within the next few weeks. According to Apple, the iPhone 5 will debut on Friday, December 14, and the iPads will debut on Friday, December 7.

No word on when, of if, Wi-Fi + cellular versions of the iPad 4 and iPad mini will become available.

Source: Apple

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