After unleashing its latest tablets, the iPad Air and iPad mini on the Indian market, the Cupertino tech giant is continuing to extend upon other markets in Asia.
Sources inside local retail channels in Taiwan reported via DigiTimes claim that the two models will be making their first appearance in the country on December 20.
First-tier Taiwanese retail chains like Tsann Kuen, Fayaque, Data Express and Studio A will start receiving stocks between December 15 and 21, while the second-tires will get their units starting January 2014.
On top of that, two of Taiwan’s major telecom operators (Taiwan Mobile and Far EasTone Telecommunications) have announced they will soon be offering the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display too.
Customers who want to be kept up to date with the developments, can register on the carriers’ websites and receive notifications via text or email when the products become available.
The two companies didn't specify which tablet models are being brought to the country or provide any price specifications. The 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air starts at $499 / €363 in the United States and a similar model of the iPad mini 2 starts at $399 / €290.