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Apple will start selling the new iPad in China on 20 July, after it settled a dispute involving rights to the “iPad” name in the country. It seems that the demand for Apple products are very high in China as its one of the biggest growth markets for Apple.

Apple agreed to pay $ 60m (£38m) earlier this month to the Chinese firm Proview which claimed it had registered the name in 2000.

Apple said in a statement that the new iPad will start at $499 and the older iPad 2 will be on sale for $399.