Last year, soon after the iPad mini was launched, Amazon went on the offensive and ran a Kindle Fire ad that openly mocked it. They wanted wanted to show that the Kindle fire was a better device for less money.
The new 128GB iPad is now available on Apple’s online store.
Apple had surprised us by announcing the 128GB version of the 4th generation iPad last week. They had said that it will be available starting today through Apple’s Online Store, Apple’s retail stores and select Apple authorized resellers.
Apple has just announced a new version of the 4th generation Retina iPad with 128GB, twice the storage of the top-end model.
As expected, the Wi-Fi-only model will be available for $799 and the Wi-Fi+Cellular model will be available for $929. The 128GB Retina iPad will be available starting Tuesday, February 5th through Apple’s Online Store, Apple’s retail stores and select Apple authorized resellers.
Hot on the heels of the discovery of code reference in iOS 6.1 beta, which hinted at 128GB iOS devices, 9to5Mac is reporting that according to their sources, Apple may be gearing up to launch 128GB versions of the iPad.
During the earnings call, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed that 36 more carriers will be offering LTE services to their iPhone and iPad customers next week.
In case you’re not aware, Apple doesn’t enable LTE on the iPhone 5 on a carrier’s network unless it passes the company’s own set of tests.
Couple of weeks back, Sony unveiled its new flagship Android-based smartphone Sony Xperia Z at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 to take on Apple’s iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S3.