A few days ago we found out that Apple might be thinking of upgrading the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad storage capacity to 128GB. Although this was just a rumor back then with some code found in iOS 6.1, it seems it has now become a reality.
Apple announced that the company will be selling a 128GB iPad 4th generation staring February 5th. The new model will be the same as the old but with the 128GB storage capacity of course. The 128GB iPad 4th generation will be $100 on top of the current highest 64GB, which sells for $699, making double the capacity cost $799 for WiFi only. The WiFi + Cellular 128GB iPad will be $929, the price of some MacBook Air models.
Of course with the release of iOS 6.1 the 128GB iPad will be shipping with the firmware. What do you guys think? Do you need that much space on an iPad?
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