If you're having trouble wrapping your head around all the iDevices announced Tuesday, you're not alone.
Among the new devices is a fourth-gen iPad, a.k.a. the iPad 4, complete with Retina display, a super-charged processor and a FaceTime camera on the front.
The iPad 4 comes in both Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi plus cellular, and will run on AT&T, Verizon or Sprint's 4G LTE networks here in the States.
Those interested in the new iPad won't want for pricing options with this device - Apple slung out six versions that are priced across the board.
The cheapest model is the 16GB Wi-Fi only version, priced at $499. In the same Wi-Fi vein, the 32GB costs $599 while the 64GB runs at $699.
Add cellular connectivity and the base price jumps considerably.
The 16GB model now does $629 worth of damage, followed by the 32GB at $729 and the 64GB at $829.
By way of comparison, the iPad 2 with just Wi-Fi costs $399 with 16GB of storage, while 16GB Wi-Fi plus cellular model amounts to $529.
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