Hebrew version of iPad finally hits stores in Israel
Israel - Ten months after its American launch, and four months after the first unofficial imports began, Apple's iPad is making is officially making aliyah.
On Tuesday, Apple's local representatives, iDigital, will officially launch the Israeli Hebrew version of the tablet computer - even though there are probably a few thousand iPads out there already.
Most of these were bought overseas, mostly in the U.S. and some were brought here through importers such as Bug and Home Center.
iDigital will start selling the gadgets on Tuesday morning at 10, but no big rush is expected. The price for the basic models without a cellular contract, but with Apple's warranty and service, is expected to be in the NIS 2,300-2,500 range.