128GB iPad is here

Apple has introduced a new iPad with more memory

By - February 6, 2013
iPad 4 with Lightning cable

Apple has introduced a new iPad with more memory – a welcome addition for iPad enthusiasts constrained by the limits of their gadget’s 64GB memory.

Apart from the increased memory, the 128GB iPad will be identical to current iPad 4 models with a 9.7-inch Retina display, Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera and iOS 6.1.

The 128GB iPad sells in the United States starting at 799 dollars for the Wi-Fi-only version, with the price rising to 929 dollars for the version with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity, Apple said in a statement.

No details were provided about the international release for the 128GB iPad, but in the past Apple has released devices in major markets such as Japan, Britain, Germany and Australia within a few weeks of the US launch.

Apple says more than 120 million iPads have been sold worldwide so far.

iPad and iPad Mini

iPad and iPad Mini

More Apple iPad articles

128GB iPad 4 officially unveiled

iPad 4 128GB being developed?

iPhone 5 LTE support for Vodacom

iPad 4 and iPad Mini LTE support in SA

Forum discussion

Shutterstock is the image partner of MyBroadband – more technology images

Join the conversation

Connect with Us

androidappletwitterfacebookgoogleplusfeednewsletter

Poll

Does your broadband data cap usually last until the end of the month?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

More News

Telkom ADSL access price under review

Telkom's new brand

The price of phone line rental and ADSL access fees are being reviewed by Telkom.

Load shedding will return

Eskom

Although Eskom completed its maintenance drive without load shedding, electricity consumers should be cautious of becoming too optimistic, energy expert Chris Yelland warned.

Security a top priority for Africa’s rapid expansion

Police car

None of the world’s regions are urbanising as fast as Africa, and safety should be a primary concern for the continent.

How to block “Big Brother” spooks from spying on you

Big brother electronic spying hacking spyware eyes

Right2Know has given activists advice on how to counter the state spying on their communications.

X

Newsletter Subscription


Name
Email *
Enter the following to confirm your subscription *
Captcha image


Free MyBroadband Newsletter
Subscribe
X
bool(true)