One important, but often overlooked factor when buying an iPad is capacity. Many consumers look at the price tag and go with the cheapest iPad model. This type of purchasing decision is especially prevalent with the iPads, which are higher priced than the iPhone. Customers may enjoy the upfront savings that the base 16GB iPad model offers, but this bliss rapidly disappears when they hit their storage limit after a few months of usage. If you are not sure which size iPad you should buy, here’s a guide to help you decide which storage capacity to choose.
Retina iPad mini
16GB vs. 32GB vs. 64GB vs. 128GB: Which new iPad Air or Retina iPad mini storage capacity should you get?
There have been rumors that the Retina iPad mini that was unveiled last week will be in short supply when it launches later in November.
During the fourth quarter earnings call, Tim Cook has indicated the company may not be able to keep up with the demand for the new tablet.
Wal-Mart could again be one of the cheapest place to buy the new iPad Air, just like the new iPhones.
Wal-Mart has announced that it will be selling Apple’s new iPad Air for $479, which is a $20 discount on the retail price.
One of the biggest complaints about the original iPad mini has been the lack of Retina Display. So it was great to see Apple unveil the iPad mini 2 with Retina Display at its media event on Tuesday.
T-Mobile will be officially carrying the iPads for the first time since the device was introduced in 2010, and it has a great offer to get consumers on board. The carrier will be bundling a free 200MB/month data plan with every cellular iPad purchase.
As expected, Apple unveiled the next generation iPad and iPad mini at its media event on Tuesday, finally putting an end to the various rumors and speculations that started last year.