The fourth-generation iPad is back from the dead, wiithout any new specs or features, and will instead serve as a budget option instead of the iPad 2 for consumers who don't want to shell out for the iPad Air.
The fourth-generation Apple iPad was first released in October 2012 and brings with it an A6X processor and the 9.7-inch Retina display, but was phased out when Apple launched the thinner iPad Air in 2013.
In Australia, the device will only be available with 16GB of storage. The Wi-Fi model retails for AU$449 while the Wi-Fi and cellular model costs AU$598.
Both are available on Apple’s website and in retail stores now.
As we reported last week year-on-year Apple iPad sales grew by 52% to 2.6 million units in Australia in 2013, but Android tablet sales grew by a massive 186%, with more than 1.9 million devices purchased over the same period.