Apple has re-introduced the fourth-generation iPad , replacing the ageing iPad 2 with a single 16GB version of the newer tablet.

There aren't any changes to the re-introduced device: it simply replaces the old tablet which still featured the old 30-pin connector, sitting as a budget option in comparison to the iPad Air. 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 will cost $400 for the Wi-Fi model—the same as the previous iPad 2—while the cellular version will set you back $600. Both are available onApple's website and in retail stores now. [Apple]