According to sources, Apple’s iPad 4 with Retina display (and lightning) have been arriving at Apple Stores with instructions not to open until tomorrow. The device, which was launched in October 2012, features an A6X processor, a five megapixel camera and Apple's lightning connector. It was replaced by the iPad Air in November.
It would make sense for Apple to replace the iPad 2, currently priced at $399, with the iPad 4. This would effectively kill the older 30-pin dock connector currently found in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. It could also be the case that the 8GB iPhone 5c replaces the iPhone 4s, making all of Apple's current iOS devices to be lightning only.
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