Apple recently announced that it will start offering the 4th generation iPad with a 128GB storage capacity.
Currently, the iPad is available on 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB variants. But with the increasing app sizes due to the high resolution graphics required on apps targeted for the Retina display, a 64GB storage is not enough for some users, especially those who deal with lots of music, videos, and photos on their iPad. And with over 800,000 applications (over 300,000 designed for iPad) available on the App Store, I think it’s just right to have a larger storage option.
The 128GB iPad is going to be available on February 5 and will be priced $799 or P38,990 for the Wi-Fi model and $929 or P44,990 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model.