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New SKU points to 128GB fourth-generation Apple iPad?

New SKU points to 128GB  fourth-generation Apple iPad?
Earlier Sunday, we told you about information in the beta 5 release of iOS6.1 that made a reference to 128GB capacity devices in the SystemPartitionPadding key. Previous versions of iOS 6.1 did not show this reference. Now on its own, that is really not enough info to say for sure that a 128GB iOS device is coming. But suppose we told you that a source who works for a "well-known" U.S. retailer passed along information showing a new SKU for the fourth-generation Apple iPad.

According to the speculation, a new fourth-generation Apple iPad will be released, not a new design. It will available in black or white and in Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + Cellular models. It is considered a premium model compared to the current 16GB, 32GB AND 64GB models available, and they can be purchased in 10 packs in both colors for educational buyers.

Now, we want you to look at the chart accompanying this story which comes from the source who works at the well-known U.S. retailer. Under description, P 101 and P 103 refers to Wi-Fi only, and Wi-Fi + Cellular models. Apple currently codes 16GB, 32GB and 64GB as GOOD, BETTERand BEST. ULTIMATE would be above BEST and could indicate that the tablet will have 128GB of native storage. The letter "A" refers to a black model, and the letter "B" refers to white.

What are the odds that two leaks referring to a 128GB device would pop up in one day and not be true? It certainly looks as though the first 128GB iOS device will soon be reality.

source: 9to5Mac via Engadget

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