Apple has confirmed just how much it’s going to cost you to get your hands on its latest must have gadget – the iPad.
The prices are pretty much in line with what the iPad costs in the US – for the WiFi enabled model, you’ll pay £429 for 16GB, £499 for 32GB and £599 for 64GB. Meanwhile, the model with WiFi and 3G will cost £529 for 16GB, £599 for 32GB and £699 for 64GB.
Details of the 3G data plans you’ll need sign-up to in order to use the 3G iPad as a truly mobile device have also been released. O2, Orange and Vodafone are all offering 3G data plans for the iPad, starting with £2 for 500MB of data per day from O2, up to a 10Gb a month package for £25 from Orange. See full details of all the iPad tariffs.
The release of the iPad has caused near hysteria in the US, UK and beyond, with people clamouring to get hold of the revolutionary new touchscreen device, which lets you browse the internet, send and receive email, download an enormous range of apps, view photos, watch video, listen to music and much, much more.