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Apple prepping 128GB iPad with Retina

Apple prepping 128GB iPad with Retina

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Is Apple prepping a new 128GB version of its fourth-generation iPad? That's what recent reports prised from 9To5Mac.com appear to indicate. Apparently, an inside source at a leading US electronics retailer informed the website that Apple's existing iPad will soon be augmented by an additional model featuring 128GB of onboard storage. The super-capacious new iPad is set to be available in black and white flavours, 9To5Mac claims, and will come in WiFi and WiFi +...



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