Apple shakes up its iPhone and iPad offerings
The fourth-generation iPad, which is priced at £329, replaces the aging iPad 2 in Apple’s lineup.
That makes it just a tenner more than the iPad Mini with Retina Display, and £70 less than the iPad Air. The iPad with Retina is only available with 16GB of storage. A cellular model is also available for £429.
Kicking out the iPad 2 in favour of the iPad 4 means that all of Apple’s iPads are now using the company’s Lightning connector and also makes the iPad Mini the only tablet from Apple not to feature a Retina Display.
Apple has also added a cheaper 8GB iPhone 5C to its smartphone lineup. It’s priced at £429, £40 less than the 16GB model.
Aside from a reduced amount of storage, the latest iPhone 5C is identical in every way to the hardware that launched back in October.
It features a 4-inch Retina display, Apple’s A6 processor, and an 8-megapixel camera.
This leaves the iPhone 4S as being the only iOS device with a 30-pin connector port — I’m expecting it to be pensioned off very soon.