For all of you planning to pick up an Apple iPad in the UK, pay attention – as we have pricing details for all versions of the iPad, although they have yet to be officially confirmed by Apple.
As reported from iTProPortal and geeky-gadgets.com, customers in the UK will be able to pick up the cheapest WiFi version of the iPad for £389. For the 32GB version, expect to pay around £439, while the most expensive 64GB version will set you back around £489.
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To point out again, these prices are for the WiFi version only, as the 3G version of the iPad is expected to be available sometime in April, although a solid date has yet to be confirmed.
What are your thoughts on the prices? Are you willing to pay nearly £400 for the cheapest version, or are the prices simply too high for you?