Apple will introduce its latest Retina-equipped iPad to 30 more countries on May 11 and 12, including Brazil, Argentina, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan. In all, the device will be available in almost 90 countries across the globe, a figure that should help Apple exceed the 11.8 million iPads units it sold during Q2. According to MacRumors, the new iPad is still awaiting certification before it can be sold in China, Honduras, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Paraguay and the Philippines. However, the Cupertino company is actively promoting the lower-priced iPad 2 in the aforementioned countries while it awaits final approval. And so continues Apple’s domination of the tablet world.