The device sports a 7.9-inch screen, and will go head-to-head with Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD and Google’s Nexus 7 in the mini-tablet market. Apple also sprung a surprise by replacing the iPad 3 – released earlier this year – with the iPad 4, although the main changes are a new dock connector and a faster processor. Last night’s launch also saw a blizzard of stats from Apple’s executives, which are as interesting. 200m devices are already running the latest iOS 6 software; the App Store is past 35bn downloads and has paid out $6.5bn to developers; 3m of the new range of iPods have been sold; and Apple has sold 100m iPads since the first device’s launch in 2010.

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