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

By Anuj
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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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