By Anton D. Nagy | November 16, 2012 8:28 AM
It’s been almost a month since Apple introduced the iPad mini and the fourth generation iPad; the initial WiFi-only variants were selling rather well, according to Apple, which was quick to brag about three million units over the first weekend of sales (starting November 2), double the previous first weekend record of 1.5 million for the iPad in March.
Those who ordered the Cellular models should get them soon (some elite few already got them) but if you didn’t pre-order yours you can pick one up, either the iPad mini or the fourth generation iPad, from AT&T and Sprint. Both carriers announced the addition of the two tablets today, each with their respective “attractive” data plans. Apple Stores should also have units available and if you’re considering the iPad mini take a look at our review.
While Verizon hasn’t specifically made an announcement the two tablets are expected to also be available today on Big Red.