Apple has rolled out the iPad mobile bazaar to a bunch of international markets. Previously, users had to download iPad apps through iTunes and then transfer them by sync, but with the changes, users will be able to browse and download apps from the iPad itself. This will help iPad users who belong to international countries, purchase iPads from the US or by having a friend buy one for them.
The iPad launches internationally on May 28, when both the Wi-Fi and 3G + Wi-Fi versions of the devices will go on sale in nine countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Pricing varies from country to country due to a number of considerations, including local tax laws and import regulations–a fact that has been the source of some controversy since the release date was announced (and then postponed) by Apple.