Cupertino, Calif. — Apple resurrected its fourth-generation iPad with Retina display to replace the older iPad 2 as its lowest-priced 9.7-inch tablet.
Only the 16GB version has been resurrected, with the Wi-Fi model priced at $399 and the 4G LTE /HSPA+ model priced at $529.
The device joins the iPad Air, iPad Mini and the iPad Mini with Retina display in the current lineup.
The iPad Air is available in four Wi-Fi versions priced from $499 to $799 for models with 16GB to 128GB of memory. Four 4G-equipped iPad Air tablets with LTE and HSPA+ are priced from $629 to $929 for versions with 16GB to 128GB of storage.
The iPad Mini with Retina display is available in four Wi-Fi versions priced from $399 to $699 with storage capacities of 16GB to 128GB. Four LTE/HSPA+ versions of the Mini with Retina display are priced from $599 to $829 for versions with 16GB to 128GB of capacity.
The iPad Mini is available only with 16GB storage at $299 for the Wi-Fi version and $429 for the LTE/HSPA+ version.
Separately, the company unveiled an 8GB iPhone 5c to join the 16GB 5c and 32GB 5c, but the new model is available only outside the U.S., where Apple needs lower-priced models to compete more effectively in markets where phone prices aren’t carrier-subsidized. In the U.S., the 16GB model is priced at $99 after subsidy, and the 32GB model is priced at $199.