If customers want to add additional built in storage to their computers and iPads, they can be sure Apple will charge a great amount of money for the service. For example, a new iPad Pro with 64 GB of storage is $799, but upgrading to 1 terabyte of storage will cost an extra $750 — that’s nearly the same price as a second iPad Pro. More built-in storage has its benefits, but there are ways to get more storage for devices without paying the so-called Apple tax. Business Insider reports that instead of buying the built in storage, customers can purchase an external device, like a hard drive, that plugs into the USB port allowing more room for files and documents. External storage options can be found anywhere from Seagate, Toshiba, and SanDisk on Amazon.
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