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Potential customers face up to a week delay as initial supplies of the device run out

Fourth-generation iPad sells out

It would appear that Wi-Fi only models of Apple’s latest iPad have already sold out.

Listings for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions of the new device all state that the dispatch time for each currently stands at one week.

Those customers who purchased the newest addition to the iPad family early can still expect to receive their device once it hits shelves this Friday.

After announcing the fourth-generation device last week, Apple began taking pre-orders on Friday.

The only changes made to the new device include a new A6X processor, which promises to offer double the power of the previous generation iPad, along with Apple’s new dock connection, which has become the standard across the firms newest product ranges.

Similarly, Apple has revealed that the initial supply for iPad Mini device – which was also announced last week – has ran out, stating that potential customers face a two week delay.

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