Sprint and AT&T have announced they will begin selling the iPad mini with high-speed LTE cellular service at its retail stores.
Alongside AT&T and Sprint, Verizon and Apple Stores are also expected to begin selling the LTE-enabled tablet at their stores Friday.
Apple announced the iPad mini with LTE late last month, but the Cupertino, Calif., company had not given out a firm release date despite the Wi-Fi-only iPad mini launching two weeks ago.
The Apple device is capable of connecting to LTE networks, which offer the fastest Internet speeds on cellular connections. The iPad mini with LTE is also capable of connecting to other networks that are not as fast as LTE, such as 4G.