Find out here how much Apple's new iPad Costs. With prices beginning at $499, the newest tablet on the market is offered at a wide range of price points.
Apple's new iPad, which will hit stores March 16 and is already available for pre-order, starts at $499 for a 16-GB version without 4G compatibility, and caps out at $829 for the 64-GB, 4G model.
But in between there are a number of other prices for the mid-range models. Non-4G models will be available for $599 for the 32-GB version, and $699 for the 64-GB model. An 4G models go for $629 for the 16-GB version, and $729 for the 32-GB iteration.
And though the price points on the new iPad are pretty prohibitive to many consumers, the iPad 2 has all of a sudden become a less-sought-after commodity, and its price has been slashed from its high of $499 for a 16-GB model without 3G capability to $399, and a reduced new price of $529 for the 16-GB model with 3G.
The original iPad could now be available for as low as $249, though that price has not been announced yet.
On Wednesday, Apple also unveiled a new version of its popular Apple TV device for the low price of $99. The new Apple TV will be able to connect to the Apple iPhone 4S using iCloud. Apple TV will also be available starting March 16.