Apple Discontinues iPad 2: Brings Back Fourth-Generation iPad with Retina Display

Apple iPad 2, which was first introduced in March 2011, will no more be available in your nearby electronics store. Last month, it was first reported that the ageing iPad 2 would be seen discontinued. On Tuesday, Apple has re-introduced the fourth-generation iPad 4, replacing the old iPad 2.

Apart from introducing the 8GB version of iPhone 5C, Apple has replaced the 2011 iPad 2 model with the fourth-generation iPad 4 with Retina Display.

In the U.S., the Wi-Fi only version of iPad 4 is priced at $399 (Rs. 24, 472), whereas the variant with 4G LTE will cost you a cool $529 (Rs. 32,976). The Apple iPad 4 with Retina display is certainly a better choice than the three-year old iPad 2.

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Apple Discontinues iPad 2: Brings Back Fourth-Generation iPad

Several India-based high street electronics store and online retailers was able to offer the device before this re-launch of the iPad 4. The current selling price of the fourth-generation iPad in India (4G LTE) is roughly around Rs. 30,000, if you purchase it via online shopping sites. Moreover, several online e-retailers in India have stopped selling the iPad 2.

Talking about its specs, the iPad 4 offers a 9.7-inch IPS Retina Display, A6X Chipset, 1GB of RAM, 5MP iSight camera with 1080p HD video recording , 1.2MP FaceTime HD Camera, iOS 7.1 and Lightning port.

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