New Delhi: Apple has replaced the ageing iPad 2 with a single 16 GB version of iPad 4. The second-generation iPad was the entry-level 'full-size' offering from Apple for over three years.
As a refresher, the fourth-gen iPad packed Apple's custom dual-core A6X processor, a 5 MP iSight camera, and 1.2 MP FaceTime camera.
The iPad 4 costs approximately Rs. 24,000 for the Wi-Fi only version, with the variant with cellular connectivity costs approximately Rs. 32,000. As with the iPad 2, the fourth-generation iPad with be available only in 16GB storage option.
Apple originally ceased selling the fourth-generation iPad when the thinner, lighter iPad Air was introduced in October of 2013 and continued to offer the 2011 iPad 2 as its lower-cost tablet option instead.