Apple is planning to expand the reach of its iPad tablet device with launches in Ireland, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Singapore, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Mexico and New Zealand.
The announcement marks the extension of a successful rollout for the iPad in the US, the UK, Italy, France, Canada, Switzerland, Japan, Spain, Germany and Australia.
The device has seen very strong early sales, and surpassed the three million unit mark last month just 80 days after launch.
Apple said that more countries are slated to receive the iPad in the coming months.
The releases come as Apple looks to move beyond a rocky start for the iPhone 4. Despite strong sales and encouraging early reviews, the handset was plagued by antenna troubles that forced the company to offer free 'bumper' cases.
The latest update to Apple's iOS operating system also experienced early hiccups, after many users experienced problems downloading the software.
The iPad is slated to receive a similar iOS update later this year.
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