iPads now sporting a 128GB flavor

ipad-3-fourth-generation-lightningIf you visited the Apple Store website today looking to order an iPad, you would have noticed the new 128GB option. Since the first generation of iPads, the biggest capacity you could get topped off at 64GB for all your pictures, music, videos, and apps. With the introduction of the Retina display and all the HD videos, pictures, and apps taking up more room, more memory is just a logical step. More than just for media, I think Apple is trying to recapture people’s attention, now that the market is getting ready to be flooded with all the new tablets and notebooks.

The iPad in my opinion is a bit of a toy, a very expensive toy. Now don’t get me wrong, you can do a lot more with an iPad than just play games and surf the web. You have an endless amount of apps and peripherals that can take your iPad and make it an everyday device to replace your laptop and even a PC.

Apple dominates in the tablet industry, and now everyone is trying to take a piece of that pie. One has to wonder if people that just got a new iPad (4th gen) will be angry about this at all. Apple used to run like clockwork and you could always expect a nice refresh for each generation of hardware. Now it seems like every couple of months a newer version overshadows the previous release.

The new 128GB model will run you $799 for the Wi-Fi model and $929 for the LTE model on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

Source: Apple Store

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James likes racing games, puzzle games, and building computers. By day he works as a systems administrator, by night he is a writer. He likes to be comical and open to new ideas and technology.