The fourth-generation iPad is available to buy now on Three on a range of contracts.
The numerical carrier is offering the 16GB, Wi-Fi and 3G iteration of Apple’s latest tablet on plans starting at £25 per month over two years, plus an upfront charge of £159. That gets you 15GB of data per month.
Alternatively, the same model and same 15GB allowance can be had for £29 per month and a charge of £99 to cover the cost of the device.
And for those of you with a fear of commitment, there’s a one-month, rolling-contract option. Priced £15 per month with a £499 upfront fee, this entitles takers to 10GB of mobile data per month.
Unveiled back in October alongside the iPad Mini, the iPad 4 teams a 9.7-inch A6X quad-core processor with the same 9.7-inch retina display of its predecessor.
Standout specs also take in super-fast 4G network connectivity and the same smaller dock connector as the iPhone 5, which Apple has adopted in the name of saving space.
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