In addition to adding the iPhone 6 Plus to its list of vintage and obsolete products, Apple today also updated its list to officially consider the fourth-generation iPad released in 2012 as obsolete.

The fourth-generation ‌iPad‌ was marked internally at Apple as obsolete in November, but it hadn’t updated its public listing to make it official until today. The fourth-generation ‌iPad‌ was announced in November 2012 and was the first ‌iPad‌ to feature the Lightning connector, first revealed on the iPhone 5 announced weeks earlier.

Along with the introduction of the Lightning connector on the ‌iPad‌, the fourth generation ‌‌iPad‌‌ was twice as fast and had up to three times better graphics than the previous model.

Apple also updated its list today to officially mark mid-2010 and late-2012 Mac mini models as obsolete.

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