"I don't think it will be as big as the iPad 2 launch," she said. "(The new iPad) has been on the market for quite a long time."
Apple is selling its new iPad in the country following a legal trademark battle with a local firm in the country that could have resulted in a ban on the sale of the tablet. Earlier this month, the company agreed to pay US$60 million to the local firm to gain ownership of the "iPAD" trademark in China.
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