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The 16GB iPad 4 has relaunched worldwide after being removed from the range after the release of the iPad Air

Apple discontinues iPad 2, relaunches 16GB iPad 4 and unveils 8GB iPhone 5C

Apple has announced changes to its iPhone and iPad ranges.

The firm has launched an 8GB version of the iPhone 5C while simultaneously bringing back the previously discontinued 16GB iPad 4 and officially retiring the three-year-old iPad 2.

The 8GB iPhone 5C is currently being sold in Apple’s European online stores for £429, making it £40 cheaper than the 16GB model. It is expected to become available in the US at some point today.

The 16GB iPad 4 has relaunched worldwide after being removed from the range after the release of the iPad Air in October.

The iPad 2 has been available since then, but it seems Apple has decided to bump up its entry level iPad to a device featuring more memory and the firm’s A6X chip.

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6 this year. Rumours for the device include a 4.7-inch display with 1600×900 resolution and atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity sensors.

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