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Swedish iPad due to launch tomorrow

updated 12:40 pm EST, Mon November 29, 2010

Third-party retailers onboard

Apple will finally launch the iPad in Sweden tomorrow, November 30th, several media outlets have confirmed. The tablet should be available from third-party vendors like Elgiganten and Media Markt, the latter of which is holding a midnight launch event. Prices are so far unpublished, but are rumored to be ranging from 5,000 SEK ($712) for a 16GB Wi-Fi model up to 8,300 SEK ($1,181) for a 64GB 3G tablet.

The iPad is expected to become available in several Nordic countries soon, including Norway, Finland and Denmark. A Danish newspaper is in fact said to have accidentally printed an ad a day early, showing prices between 3,799 and 5,999 DEK. These are equivalent to 4,750 and 7,500 SEK, which could lead to Swedish shoppers crossing the border to save money.

by MacNN Staff




  1. Will53

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Norway as well

    It is launching here in Norway tomorrow as well, which indicates it will be launched in all the Nordic countries simultaneously. Rumours will have it to cost 3999 NOK for the cheapest model which would be only 4516 SEK so perhaps both the Swedes and the Danes will come here? :))

  1. lisa_70

    Joined: Dec 1969


    iPad in Sweden

    I finally bought my iPad last month - it was a relief to be able to actually go and buy it from the store instead of endlessly browsing online looking for good deals! It was a little more expensive than I would have liked, but the convenience of walking into a store close to home and buying one outweighed the cost factor for me. Plus I love its features and all the apps that you get to download - the one that allows me to make phone calls, that too free, is one of my current favs - its called freephoo and works over wifi (for me) and also 3g. Check it out at

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