300,000 Apple iPads sold on it's first day
Apple announced that they sold more than 300,000 of iPads on Saturday, the first day debut of the exciting gadget.
Included in the sales were the pre-orders of the iPad. It goes to show that people are still attracted to the new type of touch-screen device that blends features of the iPhone, electronic book readers and tablet computers.
The starting price is $499 for iPads that connect to the internet via Wi-Fi.
According to Apple, they will sell more expensive iPads with cellular data connections later of this month.
Aside from the sales iPad owners downloaded over a million applications from its app store and more than 250,000 electronic books on Saturday. Its shares are down 17 cents to $235.80 in premarket trading.
Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, said that iPad is going to be a game changer.