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By Matt Vella
March 18, 2014

Normally, Apple uses its glitzy new product introductions to quietly retire old models. When the company launched the iPad Air, for example, it nixed the fourth-generation iPad while keeping the iPad 2 around as the entry-level tablet. Now Apple has killed the iPad 2, replacing it with the Retina-and-Lightning model. The model is back on the Apple Store for the same price as the Retina iPad Mini.

[Engadget]

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