Apple just announced the latest iPhone lineup, and with it, introduced 32GB as the new standard for internal storage. To stay true to this, Apple implements the same base storage option with the iPads, cutting down costs for more capacity.A Long Overdue UpdateThe 16GB storage option has long been despised by fans, tech reviewVers, and critics alike. As Apple does not support expandable storage via microSD, users are stuck with whatever storage option they bought their devices with.This becomes problematic in the long run (or even after just several months for some users) as their devices get filled up with apps, photos, and other multimedia. In addition to the users' downloaded content, the devices also come with pre-installed software that could not be removed, taking up precious space in the device's storage.With the new implemented base storage option, Apple is giving its consumers more leeway for the content of their devices at a lower cost. Additionally, the move requires the retailers to undercut the prices of the affected devices, essentially a notch higher in the storage variations.Being the geared as the center of multimedia activities and consumption in the entire Apple lineup, it is only logical for the iPad to . The screen size and processing power of all iPad models are more than suitable for any gaming or playback activities, so content storage should follow with the demands of their users.IPads Get Some LoveApple's move essentially removes all 16GB iPad models currently being sold, making 32GB the base standard. The cost of the 32GB variants will then inherit the cost of the purged model, cutting down their cost. The succeeding variants would then be assuming the cost of the previously lower tiers.This upgrade will affect across the range. This includes the iPad Mini 2, the iPad Mini 4, the iPad Air 2, and both the 9.7 and 12.9-inch variants of the iPad Pro. Both Wi-Fi and Cellular variants are affected, regardless of the color.This now means that the iPad Mini 2 will come with only one storage option priced at $269 for the Wi-Fi version. Both the iPad Mini 4 and the iPad Air 2, which previously do not offer a 32GB option, now becomes standardized at $399 each for the base model. Also, this means that the highest-end 256GB Cellular model of the iPad Pro will cost a hundred dollars less, with $929 for the 9.7-inch variant, and $1129 for the 12.9 model.
I’m checking out the 16 GB Apple IPAD. The IPAD launched on Saturday, and broke my doorstep on Saturday afternoon. I posted some unboxing pictures of the device and some of the early impression of the IPAD. I’m going to offer a review of IPAD you to read it. Rea is not all the details on the 16GB IPAD.
The 16GB iPad mini 2 is now gone entirely, and has been replaced by the 32GB version that now has the former 16GB price of $269. Actually all 16GB and 64GB versions have been dropped now.
It is worth noting that while the 32GB and 128GB versions of the iPad models were already available in India, the 256GB will be the only new addition for users. The price of the particular model will definitely be more than the 128GB. So if you are looking out for the cheapest 16GB iPad model, go buy it before the stocks last. The company has also ditched the 64GB storage variant on both the iPhone and iPad devices.