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 1600x900 resolution and atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity sensors.