Instant Hotspot is part of Continuity in iOS 8 and can be used to tether your wifi only iPad. That basically means that as long as your iPhone meets the requirements for Instant Hotspot and has an active cellular connection, you can share that connection with your iPad. Show More Summary
The refurbished 16GB iPad mini with WiFi now comes with a $249 price tag, the 32GB model is available for $339, and the 64GB version is $419. The refurbished products also list the cellular iPad mini at $359 for 16GB version. The refurbished 4th generation iPad starts at $379—$60 less than before.
Currently, a lot of Apple customers opt for the WiFi version of the iPad because the cellular version costs more and the data plans are very pricey. Now, according to AllThingsD, AT&T is trying to push the sale of cellular devices over WiFi models by introducing two new data plans for the iPad and other tablets. Show More Summary
Given the choice between lower cost WiFi iPads or ones that are cellular capable, customers have predominantly opted for WiFi, often due to the cost of associated plans. While carriers like AT&T and Verizon offer month to month plans, they can still seem costly for those who simply don’t need a month of connectivity. Tablets […]
If you’ve been itching to get your hands on a 126GB iPad, Apple has started offering refurbished models at a discount in its online store. The fourth-gen iPad that was released back in January is available in a 128GB WiFi/Cellular configuration that normally prices at $799/$929 retail. Show More Summary
The problem with clearing smartphones for use in top secret environments is that they are, essentially, full of radios: Bluetooth, WiFi, cellular.
Apple has begun selling refurbished versions of its latest iPad models: the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad. The iPad mini is available on the Apple Online Store’s refurbished product section in both WiFi and WiFi + Cellular variations, however, the storage capacity options are currently limited to the 32GB model for WiFi, and 16GB for [...]
As Apple promised, the 128GB model of the 4th-generation iPad was up on Apple's store site this morning. Shipping time is listed at 1-3 days. Prices are $799 for the WiFi version, and $929 if you want LTE cellular support. If you goShow More Summary
Apple today started offering the 128GB models of the fourth generation iPad. The WiFi only version retails for $799.00 with current shipping times at 1-3 days. The WiFi + Cellular models are priced at $929. Both Verizon and Sprint ship in 3-5 days, while the wait for an AT&T model is only 1-3 days. This [...]
Apple announced on Tuesday that they will be officially be selling 128GB versions of the current 4th generation iPad starting on February 5th.… Continue reading ? iPad 4th Generation 128GB WiFi + Cellular Coming to Verizon, Sprint and AT&T originally appeared on: Touch Reviews
Verizon and AT&T have confirmed to MacRumors that they will both carry the 128GB iPad's cellular variant when it launches on February 5th. Earlier, Sprint confirmed to iMore that it will also be carrying the new device. AT&T is particularly...Show More Summary
Apple has officially announced a 128GB version of the fourth-generation iPad, coming in both WiFi and WiFi+ Cellular models. They’ll be available next week on Tuesday, February 5th, n black or white, and cost $799 for the WiFi model and $929 for the WiFi + Cellular model. (This story is developing.Check back for updates.) Press [...]Show More Summary
Apple this morning announced new versions of the fourth-generation iPad, bringing the maximum storage level to 128 gigabytes. The upgraded storage applies to the Wifi-only and Wifi/cellular versions of the iPad and doubles the previous max. Show More Summary
Apple's iPad line has topped out at 64GB since it was born. That ceiling has been smashed: the company is hiking the capacity of the fourth-generation iPad to a whopping 128GB. Both WiFi and cellular versions get the treatment, although you'll pay dearly for the increase at $799 for the base WiFi version and $929 for the cellular edition. Show More Summary
Apple has today released the WiFi + Cellular versions of its iPad and iPad mini tablets in China, but strong customer demand around the globe has caused it to launch... Keep reading ?
Apple has just announced they will be making the WiFi+Cellular iPad mini—as well as the 4th generation iPad—available in the Chinese market starting this Friday, January 17, 2013. Both iPad models will be available through Apple retail stores in China, the Apple Online Store and select Apple authorized resellers.
The WiFi versions of Apple's tablets have already proven their selling capability in China, with the iPad mini in particular selling faster than supplies can be replenished. Tim Cook already teased that WiFi + cellular versions would hit China sometime this month, and it looks like January 18 is indeed the magic day. Show More Summary
Apple today announced that the WiFi + Cellular iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad will launch in China this Friday. The release in China adds to the over 100 countries where the iPad mini and new iPad are already available. Apple today...Show More Summary
Shoppers still in the market for an iPad mini WiFi or iPad mini WiFi + Cellular can skip the two week wait from Apple's online store when ordering from the company's partner retailers, one of which says it's ready to ship all iPad mini configurations to customers this week.
Many of you may be receiving your iPad mini with WiFi + Cellular today or in the next few days, and there was some concern that people who already had a Verizon Family Share plan and were adding the mini to the plan would have to wait for postpaid SIM card to arrive from VZW prior to being able to use it. Show More Summary