Apple have just announced a 128GB full sized retina iPad. This update doubles the previous maximum storage of Apple’s frontline tablet, which touted only 64GB of storing goodness. The capacity bump seems to be the only update to the iPad, and it is still being identified as the fourth generation iPad.
Apple will be selling both a WiFi only version, along with a cellular version, which start at $799 and $929 respectively. There seems to be little bells and whistles about this release, as it was simply announced via a press release on their website. It seems that Apple are noticing that many people are ditching their PCs for iPads, and this storage bump will most likely persuade a lot more people to do so.