IPad Mini And IPad 4 Refurbished Models Get Discounted Prices

Posted: May 26 2013, 11:05pm CDT | by , in News | Apple
Updated: May 26 2013, 11:08pm CDT

 

iPad mini and iPad 4 refurbished models get discounted prices
 

Those who are waiting in the fences will be happy to hear that the Cupertino-based technology giant has just slashed the prices on all refurbished iPad 4 and iPad mini tablets. With discounts going low by as much as 15 percent, it looks like a good deal.

It's worth noting that refurbished iPads are certified pre-owned Apple products that have gone through a stringent refurbishment process prior to being offered for sale, so it's nothing short to original.

The 16GB Wi-Fi-only iPad mini is now on sale for $279, down from $299, while the 32GB Wi-Fi-only iPad mini is down from $389 to $359. The 64GB model, on the other hand, is now selling at $439, down from $489. As for the Wi-Fi only iPad 4, the price is set at $419, $499, and $579, for the 16GB, 32GB, 64GB model.

iPad mini 

  • 16 GB Wi-Fi: $279, down from $299 previously and $329 brand-new 
  • 32 GB Wi-Fi: $359, down from $389 previously and $429 brand-new 
  • 64 GB Wi-Fi: $439, down from $489 previously and $529 brand-new 
  • 16 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $389, down from $429 previously and $459 brand-new 
  • 32 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $469, down from $519 previously and $559 brand-new 
  • 64 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $549, down from $619 previously and $659 brand-new 

iPad 4

  • 16 GB Wi-Fi: $419, down from $449 previously and $499 brand-new 
  • 32 GB Wi-Fi: $499, down from $549 previously and $599 brand-new 
  • 64 GB Wi-Fi: $579, down from $649 previously and $699 brand-new 
  • 16 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $529, down from $579 previously and $629 brand-new 
  • 32 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $609, down from $679 previously and $729 brand-new 
  • 64 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: $689, down from $779 previously and $829 brand-new 

Source: MacRumors 

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