Storage space remains a delicate issue on Apple’s iDevices, as they traditionally lack any kind of SD expansion options, but even those of you that like to store hundreds of movies, thousands of photos and dozens of music albums on their iPads should get enough comfort from 128 GB variants.
You know, the ones that saw daylight back in February as an extension of the 9.7-incher’s fourth generation. But here’s where things get tricky. A 128 gig iPad 4 costs a fortune. Roughly $800 and that’s with Wi-Fi connectivity only.
On the bright side, you can now save a couple of bucks (emphasis on “a couple”) by picking up a refurb model via Apple’s US online store. Okay, maybe a tad more than a couple. Like $120 if you opt for a version rocking just Wi-Fi. Translation, that particular tablet, in a certified refurbished flavor with one-year warranty, costs $679.
Meanwhile, the 4G LTE-enabled model for AT&T, also refurbished, goes for $789, which is $140 off its list price. The deal of a lifetime? Hardly. But free money is free money nevertheless. Just act quick if you don’t want the no doubt limited stocks to perish.
<Source: Mac Rumors>