Apple to replace the iPad 2 with a Retina display model
Andrei Calina | On 18, Mar 2014
After the launch of the iPad Air, the iPad 2 was still in Apple’s lineup, available for anybody who wanted a really good tablet at a lower price. Still, it was beginning to be outdated by a lot of tablets on the market…
So what does Apple do in situations like this one? Replace it of course. The Cupertino based company has re-released the iPad 4, which will take the second generation model’s place. Priced at $399, the same as the iPad mini with Retina, it will only be available in the 16 GB version. If you want the cellular version, you’ll need to pay $130 more.
Apple’s decision leaves the iPad Mini the only device in their offer without a Retina Display. Also, it’s the second product change of the day, after they also introduced the 8 GB version of the iPhone 5C in Germany.