Just a few days after the surprise announcement confirming its existence, the 128 GB version of the full-sized iPad is now available in Appleâ€™s online store. MacRumors reports that there does not appear to be too much of a shipping delay in the store for anyone wanting to buy one, with most stores in most countries still being able to ship out most models in 1-3 business days. The Wi-Fi + Cellular versions are in slightly scarcer supply, as youâ€™ll have to wait 3-5 days for shipping of those, which is still not bad going. Of course, this is a very high-end piece of kit, with the Wi-Fi-only model costing $799, and the Wi-Fi+ Cellular top-of-the-range edition costing $929, so itâ€™s probably more likely that there is less demand for this top-end model, as opposed to the basic 16GB Wi-Fi-only version, for example, or the iPad mini. It could also be that Apple is just very well stocked up on the new model, of course, which it says has been released primarily (but not solely, of course!) to benefit professionals such as designers who use AutoCAD WS for iOS, or high-end music recording and editing apps, such as WaveMachine Labsâ€™ Auria iOS app. The CEOs of some major companies have been quoted by Apple as examples of the sort of users and companies who will appreciate more storage capacity on their iPads.
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