iPad 4 replaces the iPad 2 with the same price tag
Apple has giving quite a lot of surprises in the recent few days time. First we heard about a low priced 8 GB version of the unsuccessful Apple iPhone 5c and now we are hearing about the iPad 2 being discontinued. The new iPad 4 will now be taking its place instead. Soon after Apple unveiled the iPad Air, the iPad 2 was left as a budget option in front of the expensive and more exclusive iPad Air. But even then, a price tag of $400 seemed too much to pay for an older hardware.
The latest hardware comes in the form of iPad 4 which brings along prominent features such as the Retina display, Lightning port and a modern chipset. The iPad 4, which carries the same price tag as the older iPad 2, will be available in two color schemes of black and white for the Wi-Fi 16 GB version. There are no other variants with different storage options but there will be another Wi-Fi + LTE version at $530 for the major US carriers.
Miranda Lambert nominated for 9 CMA Awards this Year
Miranda Lambert showed her soft side for a 7 year old fan with cancer. She kept wiping her tears off when she sang “Over You” for a 7 year old cancer patient in Texas on Saturday. And she was also nominated for 9 CMA awards this year.
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