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4G iPad mini models to begin shipping next week

Apple adds iOS 6.0.1 download for iPad mini, iPad 4, sends shipping emails to US customers

Apple has begun notifying customers who have ordered a cellular 4G LTE iPad mini that their new tablet will be shipped next week.

An email sent to customers in the US by Apple on Thursday reads: "Good news - we plan to ship your iPad in the next five business days. We'll email you with a tracking number and carrier information once your iPad is on the way."

Apple has also added new downloads of iOS 6.0.1 for the cellular iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad ahead of their launch, indicating that they are expected to arrive imminently.

On the UK Apple Store, the dispatch estimate for the WiFi plus Cellular iPad mini and iPad 4 is still listed as "Late November."

MORE INFO: First 4G network goes live 11 cities across the UK

Apple launched the WiFi only iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad on 2 November, and sold three million units in total within the first three days.

Have you received an email from Apple regarding your WiFi plus Cellular iPad mini or iPad 4 order? Let us know in the comments below, or on Twitter. We'll update this story when we learn more.

[Via Apple Insider]

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