Apple announced its latest iPad 9.7 earlier this week. The tablet will be offered in the States by T-Mobile, Verizon and BestBuy starting April 2. Europe, or at least the United Kingdom, is getting the device a bit earlier after Vodafone sent out a press release, announcing the availability of the tablet in stores. Online purchases will be available after Easter.
The new iPad 9.7 with 32 GB storage can be purchased with one of four plans. For £26/month and £20 upfront you get the slate + 500 MB Tablet Plan, while for £5 more per month and £10 less upfront cost the data is 5 GB. There are also £36/month 20 GB and £41/month 50 GB plans, both of them requiring a meager £10 upfront payment.
Apple is also offering the device on its UK website where the price starts from £319 and can go up to £539 with the £99 Apple Pencil not included.