iPad Mini sells out at NYC Apple Store

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Apple's Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York City sold out of iPad Minis in about two hours Friday morning in the release of the tablet, CNET said.
The white model sold out first, with the black model selling out about an hour later, CNET said. Approximately 600 people lined up outside the NYC store, Bloomberg said.
Apple is expected to sell between 1 million and 1.5 million iPad Minis this weekend, CNET said. The fourth-generation iPad was also released Friday, which could increase sales' estimates, CNET said.
Hurricane Sandy caused two of the five Apple stores in NYC to remain closed Friday, Bloomberg said. However early sales of the iPad Mini prove the hurricane will not likely be hurting sales, Bloomberg said. Final sales from the weekend are expected to be reported early next week, CNET said.

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