The new iPad has been announced, and we've been in contact with all the UK networks to see who is stocking it.
Detail is thin on the ground at the moment, but check back as we'll be getting more information on the new iPad release date and UK price on contract.
Obviously Apple is selling the new iPad in its shops (where else would the ridiculously long queues come from?) and has given a UK release date of 16 March.
We've no idea on price as yet, but based on last year's efforts, we expect the following: 32GB Wi-Fi only at £479, 64GB Wi-Fi only at £559, 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G at £499 and 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G at £579.
We've heard from various sources that Orange will be ranging it on it standard and connected plans – meaning you'll be able to pick it up on whichever data package your heart desires.
O2 will not be selling the new iPad (which is hardly a surprise seeing as it rarely does such a thing) but will be chucking out the SIM cards apparently.
"We are making SIM cards available for the new iPad, which offer a full integrated iPad experience enabling you to top up directly from the device."
This is what el Vodafone has to say - and it's good news: "We can confirm that we will be offering the new iPad in line with Apple timings. We'll drop you a line to confirm pricing and other details in coming days."
We've not heard anything official yet, but word on the street is that T-Mobile is getting the new iPad on selected price plans (although not on the same connected offerings) similar to sister network Orange.
Three has finally confirmed it will be offering the new iPad - here's the official line: "We're as excited as everyone else about the new iPad, and can confirm that it will be coming to Three very soon. All the latest info, including pricing and availability will be published at www.three.co.uk/ipad when we have it."
The Carphone Warehouse
The Carphone Warehouse has announced it will be stocking the new iPad, plus you can trade in your old model (between £105 and £205 for the iPad 1 and £245 and £355 for the iPad 2)