Apple Tuesday released a new higher capacity version of the iPad w/ Retina Display. The 4th Gen, full-sized iPad is now available up to 128 GB. The company is retaining the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB and simply adding on a fourth new top-end product.
The iPad is available in both WiFi and Cellular models, in addition to both white and black styles. Pricing is consistent with other iPads, adding $100 for the next size up and $130 for the Cellular version, which makes it $799 for the WiFi and $929 for the LTE-capable Cellular version.
The new 128 GB iPad will start shipping next Tuesday, February 5th.
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