So the new iPad is out, and with tablet gaming rapidly becoming a 'thing', we thought it might be worth quickly wrapping up the prices of said 'things'. Overall verdict — the new iPad is actually a little bit cheaper than you might expect.
It goes as follows.
16GB (Wi-Fi): $539 16GB (3G): $679
32GB (Wi-Fi): $649 32GB (3G): $789
64GB (Wi-Fi): $759 64GB (3G): $899
It's worth noting that while the '3G' iPad does support 4G, the new iPad doesn't support the frequencies used by Telstra's 4G network in Australia — which is why we're still referring to it as the '3G' version.
I still don't own an iPad, and part of me sees little reason to invest in one, but I've always thought that an iPad with a 'retina display' would be the one that sold me on the device. These prices seem relatively reasonable so maybe this is the time?
What do you guys think? Anyone own an iPad? Anyone upgrading? Anyone biting the bullet this time round with their first tablet? Let us know in the comments below.