We love it when something goes from rumour to reality, especially when it's an Apple rumour. Although we didn't expect the 128GB iPad tablet to make that jump quite so quickly.We only heard about it on Monday, but with the cat out of the bag, it seems that Apple decided to go with it. After all, with all that free publicity out there, why not? Without a new iPad launch for a few months and no other new iPads until at least March, Apple might feel it needs to boost the coffers with some new hardware.However, if you want an iPad tablet with 128GB of storage and a Retina display, you'll need to pay big for it, regardless of you going for the Wi-Fi tablet and Wi-Fi plus data model - the latter able to connect to EE's 4G network if you like your data superfast.Talking of specification, it's generally the same as the current iPad, with an A6X dual-core processor, a 9.7-inch (Retina) display, 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, a front 1.2-megapixel FaceTime camera and Apple's Lightning connector. The latest iOS 6.1 should be with you when it ships too.Anyway, those prices, which is what you really want to know. The Wi-Fi version will hit you for £639, while the Wi-Fi and data model will be an eye-popping £739. Available to order now if that hasn't put you off.