Apple Sells Out of All iPad Mini Models

Seth Fiegerman
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Apple has sold out of its initial inventory of all iPad Mini models just three days after the new device became available for pre-order online.

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The shipping times for all three Wi-Fi versions of the black and white iPad Mini have now been pushed back to two weeks, indicating that the initial stock is sold out. The LTE-enabled iPad Mini models have not yet gone on sale.

Apple worried some investors with its decision to the price the new 7.9 inch tablets starting at $329, significantly more than competing tablets like the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire, but the sales so far suggest that demand for the iPad Mini is strong even with the higher price.

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This story originally published on Mashable here.