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You can now download iOS 9.3.6 and iOS 10.3.4 IPSW links and OTA update for iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPad mini.

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It was back in 2011 that Apple first brought us the iPad 2, and after three years of loyal service, the device has finally been retired. Replacing it as understudy to the iPad Air will be the iPad 4 – arguably the righteous holder of this particular position – and with a Retina display, Lightning connector and a beefy A6X processor, it’s a notable improvement on the iPad 2.

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The need for a 128GB iPad has divided opinions, especially considering it has been introduced mid-schedule, but the latest Apple slate is now officially for sale through the Apple Online Store and physical retail outlets.

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Apple has, by means of a press release, announced that its fourth-gen iPad will now offer up to 128GB of internal storage – double the previous maximum configuration of 64GB. Apple has sold in excess of 120 million iPads to date, and with Phil Schiller noting of the consumer’s preference to “work, learn and play on their iPads rather than their old PCs,” it would certainly make sense for the fruit company to offer the kind of capacity reflecting the change in habits.

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Another day and yet another iOS device related report, this time focused on speculation surrounding Apple’s intention to introduce another iPad model to their existing product line. There’s been plenty of discussion over the last few weeks about when Apple will refresh their existing iPad models, that discussion is still ongoing, but in the meantime it appears that the Cupertino based company is planning on introducing a single new iPad model to the existing device range.

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Although the fourth-gen iPad has been on sale for a couple of weeks now, the Wi-Fi + Cellular model has yet to surface. As is often the case, the fruit company has readied the Wi-Fi model and already sold countless units of the iPad 4, but the 3G / 4G LTE version has been slightly delayed. If you’ve been waiting on the cellular iteration, you’ll be pleased to learn that some Apple Stores have just started stocking up, and although nothing has been officially uttered with regards to when they’ll be available for purchase, they could feasibly go on sale at any point as of now.

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Ever since Apple first brought the iPhone and iPod touch to market five years ago, we’ve seen a very quick shift in how we go about gaming on the move. Throughout the early 2000’s, the battle between the likes of the Nintendo’s DS and the PlayStation Portable (PSP) was as fierce as those devices which had preceded it, but the smartphone and tablet revolution has rendered such standalone gaming machines largely redundant. A GPU performance test carried out by AnandTech indicates just how much the face of the market has changed, with the portable gaming’s most powerful offering – the PS Vita – now out-gunned by Apple’s iPad 4 in terms of graphics power.

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The iPad mini has had to deal with a fair amount of criticism since its launch, and similarly, there have been quite a few outcries regarding Apple’s decision to throw out a new iPad just seven months after releasing its predecessor. The lingering wave of skepticism clearly doesn’t seem to have affected sales adversely though, and Apple has just announced the sale of three million new iPad units, which is double previous weekend record of 1.5 million set by the launch of the iPad 3 in March.

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The iPad mini had only been officially in the wild for 24 hours before we were treated to a picture of the failbreak jailbreak running on the tablet. Although it has been jailbroken using the developer only method that we have been hearing about in the last month or so, it shows that progress is being made behind the scenes. In addition to the iPad mini jailbreak and iPhone 5 jailbreak, Grant Paul – a.k.a. chpwn – has now taken the opportunity to show off Cydia running on the gorgeous Retina display of the new fourth-generation iPad.

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We’ve finally gotten our hands on the new iPad mini from Apple, and our resident vlogger Steven Chi has complied a new video in which the new smaller tablet unboxed, and compared with several other key devices in the mobile game.

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With the iPad mini now officially available in the first wave of supported territories, it is inevitable that the reviews will start pouring in from every angle as early adopters inspect every nook and cranny of the gorgeous little tablet. One of the most talked about areas of Apple’s new mini creation will undoubtedly be the 7.9-inch display, a screen that already seems to have split opinions right down the middle. In an attempt to add some clarity to the display debate, RepairLabs have put the company’s iPad range under the microscope to compare the received screen quality.

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The iPad 3 has had the shortest shelf life of any Apple tablet in existence. Having arrived only in March in a blaze of glory, it’s quickly been replaced by the fourth-generation iPad, and although the aesthetic changes are negligible (the Lightning cable has replaced the 30-pin job), internally, the newer of the two is said to be “twice as fast.”

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