iPad storage boost hits back at Microsoft tablet

By Wire services | January 30, 2013 | Last updated on January 30, 2013
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Apple has doubled its iPad storage limit, leaving experts wondering if the move is an attempt to compete with Microsoft’s Surface or other tablets, reports ft.com.

The latest iPad will go on sale in February — a week before Microsoft’s Surface Windows 8 Pro. While the iPad costs $799 for 128GB of storage, Micrsoft’s product costs $999 for the same amount of storage, adds ft.com.

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