Apparently, the new iPad is enjoying massive popularity these days, as the stocks available for pre-orders have already exhausted.
The third generation iPad was introduced to the market less than a week ago, where Apple fans in ten countries were encouraged to pre-order the product - and they did just that.
The rumour mill that span frantically around, what tech writers called the iPad 3 or iPad HD, ended up in generated a serious pent-up demand that is revealing its effects now.
Despite company announcements, customers around the new international markets are signing on-line forms for the new iPad, but they won't get device any sooner than two or three weeks.
Online Apple Stores from US, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany have informed their customers who are eager to pre-order the new iPad that the product will be available around the above time-frame.
Previously, the tech inclined websites reported that Apple fans who order the third generation tablet, in the first days after the tablet was unveiled, received confirmation that the delivery date was March 16th.
By the end of last week, the new iPad needed three more days before reaching the customers. This situation is generated by stock exhaustion and this confirms the previous pessimistic rumours on the topic.