The iPad with Retina Display just got a memory boost to 128GB – this means more room for all your photos, documents, projects, presentations, books, movies, TV shows, music and apps. But with a whopping $800 price tag, who will buy it?
Apple has the answer: the corporate world, of course! Virtually all of the Fortune 500 and over 85 percent of the Global 500 are currently deploying or testing iPads, according to Apple's press release. Among the millions of iPad users there is a requirement for more space for high-performance apps and company projects.
As Apple raises the ante in the tablet market by doubling its iPad capacity and remains true to its niche, the press is just pushing out the same old rumors, like a budget iPhone made of plain old plastic, seriously!
The new iPad 4 with 128GB serves your company needs
The new iPad would serve the almost 10 million iWork users and companies that regularly use large amounts of data such as 3D CAD files, X-rays, film edits, music tracks, project blueprints, training videos and service manuals.
The fourth generation iPad features:
- 9.7-inch Retina display
- Apple-designed A6X chip
- FaceTime HD camera
- iOS 6.1 and ultrafast wireless performance
- support for additional LTE networks
The new 128GB versions of the fourth generation iPad will be available starting Tuesday, February 5th, in black or white, for a suggested retail price of $799 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi model and $929 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular model.
Will you pay the price for the iPad's 128GB of memory or just use and manage your old iPad? With films, tv shows, music and memory consuming apps the space is needed, but at this price is it justified?