Apple has relaunched the fourth generation iPad with Retina Display, replacing the ageing second generation tablet, but it is only being offered as a 16GB version.
Priced at £329 for the Wi-Fi model and £429 for the WI-Fi plus cellular, the fourth-gen iPad is £10 more expensive than the iPad mini with Retina Display, and £70 cheaper than the iPad Air.
The fourth-generation iPad is available in black and white, and has the same 9.7in Retina screen as the iPad Air, but misses out on the more expensive model’s streamlined design, reduced weight and more powerful processor.
This now means Apple’s entire iPad range now features the Lightning port, and all but the 18 month-old original iPad mini have Retina screens.
Re-releasing the iPad is the second change to Apple’s product catalogue today, as this morning the California company also introduced an 8GB version of the iPhone 5c, undercutting the 16GB model by £40 in a bid to further target the mid-range smartphone market.