Apple will release a 128GB iPad starting Tuesday, February 5th, and this latest model has twice the storage capacity of the current 64GB versions. For memory hounds keeping score, owners of the Galaxy Note, the BlackBerry Playbook, or the Kindle Fire have tablets that can hold up to 64GB. Microsoft's Surface Pro, which hits stores February 9th, is being released in a 64GB and 128GB version.
When the iPad first launched, you could nab one of the more robust models that would afford you 64GB of space. That's a lotta flash memory! But by now, it's gotta be way higher than that, right? Actually, Apple has kept its storage capacities pretty much the same ever since that first generation iPad dropped back in April of 2010. So that's why this rumor according to 9to5Mac is so interesting. It
Rumors of an iPad Mini - a smaller, cheaper version of the current iPad - have been circulating for a while now. And they're continued to grow ever since Jeff Bezos unveiled the new version of the Kindle Fire in early September. Many speculate the iPad Mini will be Apple's answer to the Kindle Fire. But that's all we've had so far, just rumors and speculation.