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Tuesday, 17 May 2011 10:18

White iPhone available across Europe

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Two days delivery in Austria for €629
In case you wanted the white iPhone 4 and nothing else and in case you waited for almost nine months to get it, you can finally rest as your time has come.

Apple stores in Austria or any other German speaking country claim that they can send you one in next two days. The price of the white one is the same as for the black one, meaning it starts at €629 for 16GB and €739 for 32GB. You can get them here.

Getting an iPad 2 will take at least one to two weeks before it ships to your home, but it's better than two to three weeks delivery time we've seen three weeks ago. Generally it is getting better.

Pricing hasn’t changed and it won't until the iPad 3 comes. You can be quite sure of that as the demand for keyboardless netbooks is still great. Motorola Xoom is slowly becoming available across Europe and one can only hope that the prices will be more affordable than in the US.

One thing is for certain, with prices around $700, Motorola isn't quite likely to flog a serious amount of these interesting tablets.


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