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Apple drops iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad mini 2 prices by $100

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Now that Apple has introduced the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, it's time for some of the older models to get a price cut. After announcing the new tablets, Phil Schiller, Apple's senior VP of worldwide marketing, also revealed that the original iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display, will be sticking around once the newer versions start to ship at "the end of next week." As a result, the iPad mini, iPad mini 2 and iPad Air now start off at $249/£199, $299/£239 and $399/£319, respectively, for the 16GB (WiFi) versions. On the other hand, the newly unveiled iPad mini 3 will cost $399/£319, while the iPad Air 2 is going to be $499/£399 -- both with 16GB of storage and WiFi-only. Like always, if you want to add a 4G/LTE to that, you'll have to shell out $130/£100 extra per iPad.

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