Though the majority of the publicity is understandably focused on the iPad 2, the original version is still being sold. The big difference, however, is that now the iPad 1 has dropped in price by a full $100.
Starting at $399 for the WiFi-only 16 GB version, the iPad prices range (at the same incremental amounts as before) all the way up to $729 for the 3G+WiFi 64 GB.
This is great news for those who would enjoy a new iPad at a lower price but doesn’t necessarily have a need for all of the great features thrown into the sequel.
So, to recap, here’s the pricing for each iPad:
iPad WiFi only: 16 GB $399, 32 GB $499, 64 GB $599
iPad 3G+WiFi: 16 GB $529, 32 GB $629 64 GB $729
These are still available in the Apple Store, so check it out if it suits you!
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