It’s worth noting that the iPad has been cut considerably in price since yesterday’s iPad 2 launch.
With the iPad sequel now officially unveiled – with twin cameras and a faster processor – its launch date was also confirmed as this month (the 11th in the US, and March 25th in the UK).
With that in mind, Apple has cut the prices of its entire original iPad range in the UK store.
The basic 16GB wi-fi iPad can now be had for just £329, with the 32GB version at £399, and the 64GB wi-fi model pitching in at £479.
If you want 3G, then the 16GB iPad is now £429, the price of the old wi-fi only version. The 32GB model has been cut to £499, and the top of the line 3G 64GB iPad is now £579 (down from £699).
However, given that there’s only three weeks to the launch of the iPad 2, it isn’t clear how long stocks will last.