AT&T, Verizon and Sprint now selling iPad Minis and 4th Gen iPads equipped with LTE

Posted on Nov 16 2012 - 1:20pm by Mike Wewerka

If you’ve been holding out for an iPad Mini or 4th generation iPad that comes equipped with an LTE radio, but were disappointed because Apple has sold out their stock online, good news, you can now purchase one at any one of the three wireless carriers that will be selling the device; AT&T, Verizon and for the first time, Sprint.

We seriously doubt that these carriers will have an ample supply like an Apple store, so you really want one of these—especially for a gift for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or whatever it is you celebrate around these Holiday times—you may want to call your location retail locations. They’ll likely sell out, despite the higher price tag (when compared to devices like the Kindle Fire HD and Nexus 7) the iPad Mini has (especially) has been selling out just about everywhere and even Apple’s own website shows a shipping delay of 2 weeks.

Apple’s new iPad Mini (LTE) comes in both black and white versions and prices start at $459 for the 16GB version, $559 for the 32GB model and lastly, $659 for the top of the line 64GB model. The 4th-generation iPad with LTE starts at $629 for 16GB, but you can tack on another $100 for each memory boost, 32GB and 64GB for a full maxed out price of $829.