There are a couple of different versions of the iPad Mini 4 to choose from today. The 32GB model will set you back £319, while the 64GB model costs £399, and the 128GB model is £479. If you want 4G LTE, add £100 to those prices -- so the 32GB model with 4G is £419, the 64GB model with 4G is £499, and the 128GB model with 4G is £579. The new iPad Pro will come in 64GB or 128GB versions, the latter coming with or without 4G LTE. The slab-like tab is backed by some new accessories: a detachable fabric keyboard and Apple Pencil stylus. Prices for tablet and accessories will be revealed at some point nearer launch.
For approximate comparison, the US prices for the Pro start at $799 for the 32GB model, which if directly converted works out to roughly £520, A 128GB model with Wi-Fi costs $949 in the US, which converts to around £620, And a 128GB model with 4G LTE costs $1,079 -- that's £700 and a bit of change, Those aren't confirmed UK prices, however, UK prices for the Apple TV have not yet been announced, but US prices of $149 and $199 convert to £95 and £130, The new iPads will be available from Apple's online shop and from Apple Stores near you, They're also certain to be available from all the usual retailers and phone networks too, Check out the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus UK prices here, If you're after a bargain on kit that's still cool, if no longer cutting-edge, the prices of current and previous models usually fall when a new model ted baker bryony iphone 7 mirror folio case - harmony mineral is announced, so a bargain could be yours when prices drop..
For more on the new fruit-flavoured phones and gadgets heading your way, see all of today's Apple news here. Click here for the first UK details of Apple's new tablets both big and small. Apple has revealed the latest iPad tablets and a new Apple TV. The revamped Apple TV arrives in October, the plus-sized 12.9-inch iPad Pro lands in November, and a new 7.9-inch iPad Mini 4 is on sale now starting from £319. The new devices were revealed today alongside a new iPhone 6S and 6S plus. The iPad kickstarted the tablet trend in 2010, but now faces competition from cheaper Android devices, hybrid laptop-cum-tablets, and devices such as the Microsoft Surface running the new Windows 10 . This new Pro model is the first iPad to boast a 12.9-inch screen, while the Mini 4 updates the line of smaller tablets.
As with any Apple product, prices jump significantly if you want more storage, Going up to a more roomy 64GB costs £619 on the 6S and £699 on the 6S Plus, If you take the 6S up to its maximum 128GB capacity, you'll be shelling out an eye-watering £699, For the 128GB 6S Plus, you'll need to fork over £789, Three is the first of the UK networks to announce its pricing for the phone, The cheapest plan comes with 1GB of data for £38 per month for the iPhone 6S and £43 per month for the 6S Plus, With 4GB of data, the 6S costs £43 per month, while the 6S Plus costs £48 per month, If you want all the data you can eat -- and you should if you plan on uploading 4K video, a big new feature on this ted baker bryony iphone 7 mirror folio case - harmony mineral iPhone -- that'll cost £51 per month for the 6S and £56 per month for the 6S Plus, All of Three's plans come with unlimited calls and texts, There's an upfront charge of £99 for both phones, whichever plan you choose..
EE has also revealed how much it'll charge for the new Apple devices. The 16GB iPhone 6S will be £50 upfront on a two-year, £50 per month contract with 4GB of data. EE will waive the upfront charge for existing customers. The 6S Plus is £55 per month, with £70 upfront or £50 for existing customers. More details are available at EE's site. Vodafone, O2 and Virgin Media have all confirmed they'll be stocking the phone, although none of them have yet announced their pricing. Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World have also said they'll stock the phone in their high street stores. We'll update this article when we hear more prices from the other networks.