Apple's roomy toy is on sale from today, if you happen to have at least £639 going spare.
It's identical to the fourth-generation iPad that Apple launched last year, except that it doubles what had been the highest amount of storage available.
By increasing the storage capacity of the iPad, the distance between the iPad and the MacBook Air shrinks. It's high time that the entry-level 11-inch Air started at 128GB.
Apple's rumoured higher-capacity iPad is real, and will be on sale next week.
It's still the fourth-generation device, but beefier. A cellular-enabled version of the higher-capacity iPad costs $929.
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Apple just announced its most expensive iPad yet. And as usual, what you're paying is far, far more than what it costs Apple to make.
It's somewhat slower memory, but it's still faster than a solid-state drive for those who need serious amounts of memory.