Apple’s 128GB iPad 4, launched today, comes with a simple message: double the storage, double the cost. Yes, the 128GB Apple iPad 4 rumours have come true and the device will cost you a hundred bucks more than its predecessor – the 64GB version.
The 128GB Apple iPad 4, which will go on sale from February 5, boasts to be the largest model in the existing line of tablets. The most expensive version of the latest Apple iPad 4, equipped with Wi-Fi and 3G mobile connectivity, will be available for retail price of £739, while the cheapest version of Apple’s 128GB iPad 4 enable with Wi-Fi only will cost £639.
The 128GB Apple iPad 4 specifications remain in line with the 64GB version, which is priced at £444 ($699) and £526 ($829) for Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi+cellular, respectively. The 128GB Apple iPad 4 features 9.7-inch Retina display, Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera, iOS 6.1 and ultrafast wireless performance. iOS 6.1 includes support for additional LTE networks around the world.
The 128GB Apple iPad 4 will be available in two colours white and black. All versions of the 128GB Apple iPad 4 will be sold at Apple retail stores, Apple online stores, and Apple’s authorised resellers.
More storage capabilities of the new 128GB Apple iPad 4 means that a new benchmark can be created with multitrack recording and editing on a mobile device and more.Who wouldn’t benefit from more storage? A few namesakes are available: Companies that regularly use large amounts of data such as 3D CAD files, X-rays, film edits, music tracks, project blueprints, training videos and service manuals all benefit from having a greater choice of storage options for iPad 4.
The over 10 million iWork users, and customers who rely on other apps like Global Apptitude for analysing team film and creating digital playbooks, Auria for an incredible 48 track recording system, or AutoCAD for drafting architectural and engineering drawings, also benefit greatly from having the choice of an iPad with more storage capacity.