Apple adds iPad 4 to discontinued list

Last November, Apple now added the iPad 4 to the obsolete list, and today, Apple officially added it to the discontinued list. Released in November 2012, the fourth-generation iPad was the first iPad to feature a Lightning connector.

Apple's official website that the fourth-generation iPad is equipped with a dual-core A6X chip and a quad-core graphics processor. The screen size is 9.7 inches with IPS technology, 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution, 264 ppi.

A discontinued product is a product that Apple has discontinued for sale for more than 7 years. Apple is discontinuing all hardware services on discontinued products, with the only exception being Mac laptops that qualify for the extended battery-only repair period. Service providers cannot order parts for discontinued products.

In addition to the fourth-generation iPad, Apple officially marked the mid-2010 and late-2012 Mac mini models as obsolete.

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