Apple iPad: UK prices detailed – Cheapest under £400

By Alan Ng - Mar 2, 2010

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, 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.

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?

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  • Outstanding site, where did you come up with the knowledge in this write-up? Im happy I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

  • georgia

    Wow I wish i cud afford onee fromm Georgia 12

  • J C Symons

    The 64GB model is priced at $699 on Apple's US website, which converts to £465 approx so £489, assuming it includes VAT is a very reasonable price. If this does not include VAT the price rises to £574 approx. As this is primarily a consumer item this is beginning to become costly, and if it is late, then it could become even higher if the April budget should increase VAT to 20%, then £590 approx becomes the asking price. I would certainly think twice, because it is the bigger screen which is the major attraction for me, and would probably soldier on with my iPod touch, and wait to see how it grows. I will still be disappointed if I cannot justify purchase, as all I see and read about the iPad I want one!

  • Dan

    The most expensive one for under £500 – that is good value. Loads of people are saying "why" – but really "why not". It is a fantastic piece of technology and Apple will clearly have the edge on the table market now.