Apple has finally announced that it will soon be bringing the iPad 2 to the United States, the iPad 3 to Canada, and the iPad mini to China.

The announcement was made in the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Wednesday.

In a statement to The Verge, Apple CEO Tim Cook called the iPad’s third-generation refresh “the most significant product redesign in our history,” and noted that the tablet will be available in 20 countries, including the United Kingdom, Spain, Japan, Italy, Brazil, and Mexico.

The iPad is a tablet that can take your apps and send them over to the iPad Mini.

The iPad mini will have more space, faster processors, and support for more devices.

The tablet will also be the first tablet with a 3D Touch option.

The new iPad will have “an entirely new design, built for the future,” Cook said.

The new iPad’s physical dimensions are 7.9mm by 4.4mm, with a thickness of 0.9 mm.

The “iPhone 5s” and “iPhone 6s” models will be coming to the U.S. in June, but the “iPhone 7” and the “9.7-inch” models won’t arrive until September.

The iPhone 8 will be released in September.

The next iPad is expected to launch sometime in the first quarter of 2019.

The full lineup of iPad models will include:The iPad mini (starting at $499) and the iPhone 5s (starting from $849) will both be available starting in September, the company said.

Apple also plans to release a smaller version of the iPad that has a 4-inch screen.

The 9.7 inches iPad mini ($999) will be in stores on June 22.

The 9.5 inches iPad Pro ($1,149) will arrive in September at retailers like Target, Best Buy, and Best Buy.

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will also arrive in June at select retailers like Best Buy and BestBuy.

Apple also plans on releasing a new Apple TV streaming device, a tablet with integrated speakers, and an iPad mini-sized “skinny” version of its iPod touch.

Apple will sell both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus, which will feature a 5.5-inch display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and 128GB of onboard storage.

The “6s” version will be priced at $699, while the “6S Plus” version starts at $799.

The iPhone 6 is available now in a wide variety of colors and capacities, but its battery capacity has been reduced from 32% to 17%.

The iPhone 6 Plus is also available now at different prices.

The 10.5mm iPad Pro and the 12.3mm iPad Mini are also available at different price points.