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The company's tablet is now showing a ship date of one week for the Wi-Fi-only model.
The device will come with an A6X processor that has twice the CPU and graphics power of the third-generation iPad. It starts at $499.
The gift card is free to customers who opt for the fourth-generation iPad.
The latest version of Skype's iOS app supports high-definition video for the iPhone 5 and fourth-generation iPad.
The used iPad Mini is going for $429, while the fourth-generation iPad will set customers back $579.
The device reportedly will come with a 9.7-inch display and will be lighter and thinner than the fourth-generation model Apple offered up last year.
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