Why you need a 128GB iPad
When Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPad in April 2010, it changed the face of the personal computer market. Tablet computers are now one of the largest sectors in the industry. With their mobile broadband capabilities, iPads have allowed people the freedom to do on the move almost anything they can do at home on their desktops. Almost.
The biggest problem with the first generations of iPads has been the restrictive memory. With just 64GB of memory, it doesn’t take long to fill an iPad to capacity with movies, games and music. In addition, this paucity of storage means the iPad can be incapable of doing certain tasks that the desktop PC can, especially in the corporate world. However, this has now changed.
With a whopping 128GB of storage, the latest iPad could finally mean that many users and businesses may no longer need their desktop PCs. Users who regularly shift around large amounts of data, such as 3D CAD files, film and music edits, and even medical X-rays, have all struggled with the restrictive storage options with iPads. This has meant the iPad has not been as popular with the corporate worlds as Apple had hoped, but with 128GB now available to play with, businesses can now adopt the Apple tablet without fear of being restricted by limited storage.
If you have relied on a desktop PC for graphic manipulation, film editing or any other memory hungry activity, the latest 128GB iPad means you can finally be free of the shackles of your desk and be able to work wherever and whenever you want.