By the end of this month, 21 more countries will have access to Apple’s shiny new iPad.
In a statement released Monday, Apple says its third-generation iPad will make its debut in South Korea and 11 other countries on April 20. Nine more countries, including India, Israel and South Africa, will get their hands on the device on April 27.
Other countries awaiting the iPad’s arrival this Friday are Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, St. Maarten, Uruguay and Venezuela. Among the countries receiving the iPad on the 27th: Colombia; Estonia; Latvia; Lithuania; Montenegro; and Thailand.
Available on March 16 in the U.S., the new iPad includes a Retina display, quad-core graphics and 5-megapixel iSight rear-facing camera.
The iPad boasted a strong opening weekend, as Apple sold three million tablets during its first three days of availability.
Apple is expected to reveal more details on iPad sales during its second-quarter earnings call on April 24.