Apple finally sold through all of its iPad mini preorder inventory Monday morning. The company quickly sold out its white iPad mini inventory on preorder launch day last Friday, but its black models held out until today.
The iPad mini was introduced during a special media event on October 23 and the company began accepting preorder sales on Friday, October 26.
Apple sells out iPad mini preorders
The iPad mini includes a 7.9-inch multitouch display with 1024x768 resolution, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, front and rear-facing digital cameras, and Apple's new Lightning sync and charging connector.
Shoppers that want an iPad mini right away but weren't able to preorder in time still have a chance to pick one up on launch day which is Friday, November 2. Apple will have the smaller iPad models in its retail stores, but there isn't any word on how many each location will have on hand.
The iPad mini is priced starting at US$329, and while it's available for order through the Apple website, shipping dates have been pushed out two weeks.