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Apple has officially launched an 8 GB version of the iPhone 5c and relaunched a 16 GB version of the fourth-generation iPad.
The 8 GB iPhone 5c is currently available at Apple’s European Online Stores for £429 unlocked in all of the existing color options, The 16 GB iPad 4 is available worldwide and retails in Apple’s U.S. Online Store for $399, while customers may also purchase a cellular version for $130 more at $529. Apple’s iPhone 5c has seen lower-than-expected sales since its debut last September due to high demand for the flagship iPhone 5s.
The company hasn’t done many changes in the fourth-generation iPad. It has replaces the old tablet which still featured the old 30-pin connector, sitting as a budget option in comparison to the iPad Air. The fourth-gen iPad is packed with 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. The relaunch of the 16 GB iPad 4 has resulted in Apple discontinuing the three-year-old iPad 2. The iPad 4 has been brought back into Apple’s lineup after being removed in favor of the iPad Air last October.
Both devices are available to order from Apple’s Online Store or through the company’s retail locations.