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If you're running out of space for games on your iPad, you could delete some stuff, or you could buy the newest version, which features 128GB of storage for $799.
Late last year, Apple released the forth iteration of its iPad with features that included a 9.7-inch Retina Display, a FaceTime HD camera, and an A6X processor. Early this morning, the company released a press release announcing that this version of the iPad would be available with 128GB of storage come February 5. The Wi-Fi-only version of this beefier iPad costs $799, while a cellular version tops out at $929. These new versions are intended for businesses and companies who need the larger hard drives, but individuals with a lot of storage needs will be able to buy them too.
Apple's tablets have reached an all-new high price point. What do you think of the price point? Are you going to buy one?
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