The price of the iPad 2 has fallen, following Apple's launch of the 'new iPad' last night.
The iPad 2 16GB tablet has dropped in cost by £70. Meanwhile, Apple has suspended sales of the 32GB and 64GB versions which boast a larger memory.
Retailers such as Argos, Comet and Tesco are yet to reduce prices when we checked, though they are expected to in the next few days.
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The new iPad will be available in UK stores from Friday 16 March.
It features an improved five megapixel camera, retina display (which means a sharp display) and a 1080p full HD screen.
It costs from £399 for the 16GB Wi-fi only model, and £499 for the Wi-fi + 4G model.