Apple kills 16GB storage option for iPad Air 2 and Mini 4, drops Pro prices
While today’s Apple event was all about the iPhone 7 and second-generation Apple Watch, Apple quietly updated its iPad line in a subtle yet important way. Now a few of the older models, specifically the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 4, start at 32GB of storage rather than the 16GB they used to have in their base models. But despite the upgrade in storage capacity, Apple hasn’t raised the starting price for either model: both the Air 2 and the Mini 4 start at $399. Both models also have an option for 128GB of storage for those who want a lot of space.