4th Generation iPad Announced With Lightning Port, Starting At $499

Apple has just surprised everyone in the event today with its 4th generation iPad release. It’s just a revised version of their 3rd generation iPad which was released in March. They have brought some changes in their new 4th generation iPad replacing the 30-pin dock connector with its newly incorporated Lightning port of iPhone 5. The Wi-Fi model will cost you $499 USD for a 16GB version. Check out the features below.

Quick Features

A6X processor that doubles the graphics performance of the previous one A5X.

9.7-inch display

High-resolution Retina Display

5-megapixel iSight camera

720p Facetime camera

Lightning port replaces 30-pin dock connector

Dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi

10 hours of battery life

Extended LTE support [Sprint’s LTE network in the US and EE’s network in the UK have been added]

Wi-Fi model starting at $499 for a 16GB version, shipping on November 2nd

LTE model costing $629 for a 16GB version, shipping a few weeks later

Pre-Order starts from 26th October.

Courtesey: TheVerge, Engadget And CNET

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