Apple Launches New iPad With 128GB Storage Capacity
By Vijaykumar Meti | January 30, 2013 11:24 PM EST
The 128GB version of the fourth-generation iPad will be available starting Tuesday, Feb. 5, in black or white color at a suggested price of $799 for Wi-Fi only model and $929 for Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Network providers like Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Nextel and Sprint have confirmed to carry the higher capacity iPad.
"With more than 120 million iPads sold, it's clear that customers around the world love their iPads, and everyday they are finding more great reasons to work, learn and play on their iPads rather than their old PCs," Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing said.
"With twice the storage capacity and an unparalleled selection of over 300,000 native iPad apps, enterprises, educators and artists have even more reasons to use iPad for all their business and personal needs," he added.
Other than the increased storage capacity, the fourth-generation iPad features the same gorgeous 9.7-inch Retina Display, powered with Apple designed A6X processor, FaceTime HD camera and runs on the iOS 6.1 Operating System.
The iOS 6.1 includes support for additional LTE networks around the world and iTunes Match subscribers can download individual songs to their iOS devices from iCloud.
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