As for the multitude of non-Apple tablets out there in the wild, you’ll have to go down to your local Carphone Warehouse for a valuation – but every little helps in the quest for the new iPad’s stunning Retina Display. Good luck, and happy upgrading. Read our in depth new iPad 3 review here.
If you’re still rocking the long-in-the-tooth first generation iPad, then don’t fret – you’ll still be able to get £135, £160 or £175 for the 16GB, 32GB or 64GB Wi-Fi versions when you pick up your new iPad. 3G versions will nab you a discount of £155, £175 or £205, for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB 3G versions, respectively.