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The iPad 4, also known as the fourth-generation iPad or iPad with Retina display, added increased power and convenience to the popular tablet line. The generation introduced the Apple A6X chip, a significant improvement over its immediate predecessor, the Apple A5X chip. This update alone nearly doubled the fourth generation tablet's performance in graphics and general computing tasks.
The device launched to primarily positive reviews in 2012, with special attention focused on hardware improvements to the Retina display, the responsiveness of the new chip, and the then new addition of the now-standard Lightning connector for Apple devices.
iPad 4 comes in a variety of storage capacities and connectivity options. Default storage sizes for the iPad 4 were 16, 32, 64, and 128 GB, while connectivity options included a Wi-Fi-only design and a version which paired Wi-Fi connectivity with Cellular connectivity with LTE. The device was also launched with a choice of white or black front glass panels.