The New Apple iPad will be released in the UK on March 16th and already consumers are in a scramble to find where they can get their hands on the device and how much it will cost.
The standard pricing is as follows. For the Wi-Fi machine prices start at £399 (16GB), rising to £479 (32GB) and £559 (64GB). The Wi-Fi and 4G SKU costs £499 (16GB), £579 (32GB) and £659 (64GB).
Note, though, that the price of the existing iPad 2 has been cut. The 16GB Wi-Fi model now costs just £329 and the Wi-Fi and 3G 16GB alternative now costs just £429.
Larger capacity iPad 2 SKUs are seemingly going to be phased out.
But what of the New iPad? The most eye-catching offer comes from The Carphone Warehouse, which is offering between £245 and £355 trade-in credit for those who hand over their iPad 2 (for the original iPad prices range from £105 to £205).
That could potentially see an overall cost of just over £40 for the new tablet.
Aside from Apple, other vendors to confirm their intentions to stock the device include Orange, Vodafone and Three. O2 will not be selling the iPad, though T-Mobile is expected to.