Apple quietly bumps up the storage of its iPad selection for the same price

Earlier today, Apple introduced the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. For the first time in the iPhone's history, the base model has 32GB of internal storage. Not only that, but the company bumped up the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to 32GB in the base model.

Although the firm didn't mention it at the event, Apple did the same with its iPads. The iPad Mini 2 now offers a 32GB Wi-Fi model for $269, whereas it was previously 16GB. The iPad Mini 4 and Air 2 now have both a 32GB model for $399, and a 128GB model for $499. Note that for cellular connectivity, you'll have to tack on an additional $130.

While the iPad Pro already comes in the same storage allotments as the new iPhones, the firm has simplified its pricing. It starts at $599 for the 9.7-inch model and $799 for the 12.9-inch model (32GB Wi-Fi only), and then it's an additional $100 per storage increment, and of course, $130 for cellular connectivity.

It's all great news for anyone that has been considering the purchase of a new iPad. If nothing else, you'll get more for your money.

Source: CNET

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