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Three is now offering the fourth-generation Apple iPad and plans to launch iPad mini tariffs in the near future.

Both of the touch-screen devices will soon be available with Wi-Fi + Cellular on a Three mobile broadband deal.

The firm says it is offering the iPads with "a range of attractive data plans" that allow customers to connect to its high-speed network.

Typically tablet users can expect to download at a rate of 12Mb, the broadband provider explained.

"The fourth-generation iPad features a gorgeous 9.7-inch Retina display, new Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera and ultra-fast wireless performance," said Three.

"iPad mini is a completely new iPad design that is 23 per cent thinner and 53 per cent lighter than the third-generation iPad."

The service provider highlighted some of the device's features - including a 7.9-inch multi-touch display, FaceTime HD and five megapixel iSight cameras, high-speed wireless performance and ten hours of battery life.

Three said that both the fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini come with iOS 6, which it describes as "the world’s most advanced mobile operating system".

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