Starting Tuesday, February 5, Apple’s latest-generation full-size iPad will be available with 128 gigabytes of storage. Current models are available in 16-, 32- and 64-gigabyte flavors with prices beginning at $499, $599 and $699, respectively.
The 128-gigabyte version will start at $799 for the Wi-Fi-only model, while the model featuring either an AT&T or Verizon 4G LTE cellular connection will run $929.
As a refresher, Apple’s iPad pricing structure is as follows:
iPad with just Wi-Fi: $499, $599, $699 or $799 for 16, 32, 64 or 128 gigabytes, respectively.
iPad with Wi-Fi + Verizon/AT&T: $629, $729, $829 or $929 for 16, 32, 64 or 128 gigabytes, respectively.
As you can see, each model costs $100 more and doubles the storage of the one before it; models with cellular connections cost $130 more than the Wi-Fi-only models with comparable storage. Aside from increasing storage, however, there are no additional performance gains for spending an extra $100 on the next-highest model.