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Apple announced a 128-GB version of the fourth-generation iPad with Retina Display on Tuesday. This latest version of Apple's popular tablet computer, which doubles the capacity of the previous top-end model, is now available with WiFi as well as WiFi-plus-4G service. While Apple has been pushing its products further into the cloud, the new iPad seems to be targeting more down-to-earth usage. "It's not about running programs -- it's about storing stuff," said Roger L. Kay, principal analyst at Endpoint Technologies Associates.
This device is aimed at people using it in fields where portable quality images are useful,even critical. You do not want your doctor looking at your x ray or MRI on a junky 200 dollar android low end display or worse a kindle . if your a photographer on location with a 400 dollar an hour supermodel you want to know right then and there that there is corn stuck in her teeth or a plane somehow got into the period 1890"s shot you were setting up. niche user perhaps but not conspicuous consumption. lets say nobody is twisting your arm.