Apple quietly bumps up specs on their iPad lineup, shave prices off them too
Apple doesn’t like to make a lot of noise and although the launch of their iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models did make a lot of noise on its own for them, they did another thing in a very low-key manner on the same beautiful day that these next generation smartphones came into being officially.
Across their iPad models, they introduced some bump in specifications for some of the devices that can be found in that family and also initiated a price reduction for them also. Two for two.
As seen in the chart uploaded above, you would notice that the internal storage space that originally comes with the base model of both the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 has been increased from the original meagre 16GB to 32GB and at the same time, they have eliminated the option of getting a vagrant that would have 64GB of internal storage space.
Do not panic though because if you are a fan of big storages, the 128GB option is still very much alive and on these new offerings, the prices still remain the same as before, meaning you would be getting better value for your money on these premium devices.
The Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + cellular models of the 9.7 inch iPad Pro and 12.9 inch iPad Prow which both carries an internal storage space of 128GB have been given $50 off while those that go all the way to 256GB are reduced by as much as $100 in price.
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