|By Maureen O'Gara||
|January 30, 2013 08:15 AM EST||
Apple Tuesday announced a fourth-generation iPad with 128GB of memory to grace the top of the existing line currently available with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.
Obviously it's for people who need to carry around a lot of data.
It will sell starting Tuesday February 5 in black or white for $799 with Wi-Fi and $929 for Wi-FI plus 3G. It will have the high-resolution Retina display of its cheaper siblings that start at $499. The older iPad 2 starts sat $399.
The company said it's sold 120 million iPads since the widget first debuted in April 2010 and pointed out that it has 300,000 iPad-specific applications in the App Store.
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