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Is it possible to upgrade the storage on the new ipad from 16gb to 32gb?
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I don't think so. I'm sure it wasn't in iPad 1 and 2.

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Is it possible to upgrade the storage on the new ipad from 16gb to 32gb?
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Yes! It's called selling your 16gig iPad...and buying a 32gig iPad!

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Or, buy the camera connection kit and attach an external SD card to the iPad. Large capacity cards have dropped considerably in price.
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Concider this, the new MacBooks and AIR notebooks all have non-upgradable memory. This is apple's new trend. You want more, you buy more- next! I guess they look at it this way, we make our stuff so well, no one is buying new. If you could add memory you wouldn't buy a new iPad.
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I have an easy rule for avoiding this problem: never buy the lowest-end model.
Better yet, buy a machine that you can upgrade and do so when you can bear the costs.

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