Apple Introduces 4th-Generation iPad

Apple also unveiled a bevy of updated hardware apart from the iPad Mini, such as the latest version of the iPad that Apple decided not to call “iPad 4.”

The new, new iPad comes with the A6X processor with quad-core graphics that Apple claims to provide double the performance of ye olde A5X chip, dual-band WiFi, expanded LTE compatibility (including SoftBank-owned Sprint and KDDI), reversible Lightning port, a 720p FaceTime front camera, and a new image processor we have seen in the iPhone 5.

The tablet will be available in black and white color options, while its pricing is just the same as its predecessor. The 16GB WiFi version starts at $499 and the 16GB cellular model costs at least $629. The latest iPad is now available on Apple’s online and physical stores, as well as participating authorized resellers.

Source: Engadget

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