Apple recently announced the launch of the new double memory iPad.
The seemingly new iPad is very much similar to the fourth-generation iPad that was released last year, the only difference is the whooping 128GB memory it comes with rather than the regular 64GB.
As remarkable and grand as its memory, the price of the Wi-Fi-only model would cost consumers about $799 and $929 for those who want cellular connectivity with their device. The Wi-Fi-only model is now available to be bought and could to be shipped in one to three business days.
Basically, the memory is the only feature that Apple has announced to have been altered, and so far, no further news of device improvement has been reported.
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