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32GB iPad mini 4 discontinued, replaced with 128GB model for $399
Apple today unveiled a new $329 9.7-inch tablet with a brighter, non-laminated Retina display and the A9 chip while discontinuing the 32-gigabyte edition of the fourth-generation iPad mini. At the same time, the Cupertino company has replaced the 32GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 4 model with a 128-gigabyte one priced at $399 for the Wi-Fi-only version, or $529 for the 128-gigabyte Wi-Fi + Cellular edition.
These prices are the same to what Apple was previously charging for half the storage.
You're now getting twice the storage for the same price. Apple's done something similar today with iPhone SE, doubling the storage while keeping prices intact—with the exception of the top-tier iPhone SE that now costs $499 versus the previous 64GB flagship model that was dropped to $449 after iPhone 7 launch.
Released in September 2015, iPad mini 4 runs Apple's second-generation dual-core 64-bit A8 processor with an embedded A8 motion coprocessor. The device has two gigabytes of RAM, allowing users to utilize the Slide Over, Split View and Picture in Picture multitasking functions in iOS.