I don’t know about you, but I like to keep my iPad lean. I don’t feed its paltry storage capacity can handle a diet of artificial preservative data or partially hydrogenated apps. The iPad can only hold a max of 64GB. That’s not a lot to meet the needs of many expert professional level users. Teachers, service workers, business development professionals and so many more high level enthusiasts are using their favorite squared discus to complete premium tasks, which often require premium storage capacity.
This why we champion aftermarket wireless and WiFi companion storage solutions like the Seagate Plus Wireless storage drive. Yet still, in an ideal world, all we really want is more capacity on our lovely iPads. Well Apple has heard the call, recognized the ever-increasing size of data stored and has answered with the new 128GB version of the new iPad 4.
The new iPad will launch from Sprint for sure with Verizon and AT&T sure to follow (though no official word on that yet). It will fetch $799 for the WiFi-only low-end with no service and $929 for the serviced edition.
The iPad has sold 120 million units. It’s surprising we are just now fattening the capacity. Well not quite yet: the new 128GB iPad 4 will be available in white and black on Tuesday February 5th.