While the iLuv i399 is still a solid-sounding iPod speaker dock, we wish it had held on to some of the features the made the previous model such an excellent value.
Apple's finally discontinued its ancient iPad 2, replacing it with last year's fourth-gen Retina iPad.
The device is $100 cheaper than the new iPad Air, featuring 16GB of storage and a much smaller bezel.
For some reason, Apple's kept the iPad 2 around and is selling it for the rather ridiculous price of $399 for the 16GB version.
A price hike on the Mini? And it doesn't even have a fingerprint sensor? Say hello to one crushed cheapskate.
While the iLuv i399 is still a solid-sounding iPod speaker dock, we wish it had held on to some of the features that made the previous model such an excellent value.
Some variants of Apple's lower-priced iPad 2 can deliver improved battery life -- but they're not easy to find.
In the market for an iPad? You might want to take a closer look at the iPad 2. It uses a chip that in some respects is more advanced than the new iPad's.
Apple is continuing to sell the iPad 2, dropping the price for a new 16GB model to $399. You can also pick up a refurbished 16GB unit for $349.
The new iPad will cost the same as its predecessor at launch, with the iPad 2 coming down in price.