Apple Launches Cheaper iPhone 5C Replacing iPad 2

Apple has launched a cheaper version of the iPhone 5C and at the same time has replaced the iPad 2 with iPad 4.

The new iPhone 5C is a lower capacity variant that has been launched in China, Australia and some prominent European countries. As far as the iPad 4 is concerned, Apple said, they would be offering the tablet instead of the iPad 2 device that falls in the mid-range segment. However, the price of the iPad 4 will not be increased.

It will cost $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi version of the iPad 4. And the price tag of the 16GB Wi-Fi+ is $529. The price comes with the four prominent carriers from the US – Sprint Corp, Verizon Communications Inc., T-Mobile US Inc. and AT&T Inc.

The iPad 4 is built with 9.7 inch Retina display. The device was launched a couple of years ago and the iPad 2 was launched one year before that. However, the iPad 4 was taken off by Apple after the iPad Air was launched. And after that the price of iPad 2 had also been cut off to bring down to $399.

There were around 36% of these Apple devices in the market in the last year. Apple Inc. launched 8GB iPhone 5C, which was priced at 429 pounds, which is nearly 40 pounds as compared to the 16GB variant. The device will be initially launched in Germany and France.

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