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iPad 4 price drops in SA

South African Apple distributor Core Group has announced that the iPad with retina display, better known as the iPad 4, will be available soon in South Africa at a lower price.

The iPad with retina display will replace the iPad 2 model as the most affordable 9.7-inch iPad, but is only available in 16GB wi-fi and 16GB wi-fi plus cellular models.

Launch partners will include Apple resellers iStore and Digicape, as well as selected authorised retailers and resellers of Apple products.

The recommended retail price for the wi-fi version is R5 299 and the iPad 4 with wi-fi and cellular capability will cost R6 999. But resellers are free to determine their own prices. – Gadget.co.za

For a full list of launch partners, visit www.core.co.za.

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