The new Apple iPad 4 release date has a new surprise for fans of the product. According to a report on Tuesday (Jan. 29), Apple has unveiled that the 128GB iPad 4 will be available for consumers soon. That's big news, especially for purchasers looking for a model with a huge source of memory.
As for the official Apple iPad 4 128GB release date, that will hit next Tuesday (Feb. 4), with long lines expected at all of the brick-and-mortar locations. The newest version will also be made available online for those consumers that don't want to wait in lines. If the upgraded fourth-generation iPads sell quickly though, distribution could end up seeing some delays.
It may surprise some technology fans that another version of the iPad is already getting released. The fourth-generation version just came out in October, so it has only been a few months between the releases of the two versions. That won't stop this new one from bring popular, though, so don't expect to wait till later in the day on Feb. 4 to buy one.
So what is the draw for the iPad 4 128GB version? The extra storage will make it a hot product for those users and businesses that work with 3D CAD, X-rays, film, music editing, and blueprints. The cost for the Wi-Fi only model is suggested to be $799 and those with cellular connections will have a price point of $929 to begin.
Fans of Apple products should expect that this upgrade will likely delay the iPad 5 release date as well.