Apple has announced plans to release the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 with cellular connectivity in China this week. Both slates will support a variety of high-speed cellular networks, and will otherwise bring with them the same features as the WiFi models, which were previously launched in the region. Apple has detailed the pricing, and though it didn’t say when the slates would arrive, it seems they’re listed on the company’s China website now.
Says Apple, the aforementioned cellular iPad models will feature support for TD-LTE and FDD-LTE standards, HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, DC-HSDPA, and other networks, giving users extensive options.
The iPad Air 2 with cellular connectivity will be priced at 4,488 RMB for the 16GB model, 5,188 RMB for the 64GB model, and 5,888 RMB for the 128GB model. The iPad mini 3, meanwhile, will be priced at 3,788 RMB for the 16GB model, 4,488 RMB for the 64GB model, and 5,188 RMB for the 128GB model.
These join the older iPad models currently available in China. If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out our full reviews for both the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. When you’re finished, hit up the SlashGear Apple Hub for more Apple news and reviews in general.