Jan. 29, 2013 at 8:52 AM ET
We've heard plenty of rumors about Apple's intentions to start offering a higher capacity fourth-generation iPad, but now the new gadget is official: You can snag a 128GB iPad with Retina Display beginning on Feb. 5.
The Wi-Fi-only version of the higher capacity iPad will cost $799 while the LTE-capable version will go for $929. As usual, you'll be able to choose a white or black model.
It's worth pointing out that, at $929, the LTE-capable 128GB iPad costs you nearly as much a base MacBook Air model. Alternatively, you could also snag an iPad Mini — which starts at $329 — or three for the same price. (Mind you, neither of those devices will have a high-resolution Retina Display like the fourth-generation iPad.)
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