Apple iPad gets storage upgrade without price hike | Inquirer Technology

Apple iPad gets storage upgrade without price hike

/ 04:01 PM September 08, 2016

Amidst the clamor during the iPhone 7 launch, Apple quietly bumps base storage capacities for all its iPads without raising prices. Image

People from different parts of the world were focused on Apple’s event wherein it unveiled the much-awaited iPhone 7. Little did the public know that there was another surprise waiting for them as Apple dropped the prices for the iPad and upgraded storage capacities.

The changes weren’t announced on stage but Apple iPad models will now start with a minimum 32GB of storage while maintaining the same prices as the previous 16GB models. iPad Pros will max out at 256GB of storage, reports Engadget.


However, there will be some variations in the prices depending on which model customers are looking for, particularly between those iPads with WiFi only or cellular capabilities.  Alfred Bayle

TOPICS: 32GB, Apple iPad, cellular, Ipad, storage, WiFi
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