Trade In Your IPad To Get Money Towards The IPad 2

Posted: Mar 2 2011, 8:30am CST | by , in News | Apple


Trade in Your iPad to Get money Towards the iPad 2
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Will the iPad 2 be worth the upgrade from the original?

Today is the big Apple event where the new iPad 2 will be unveiled. We don’t know exactly what we will see today, but the consensus is that the unveil will be more along the lines of a speed update rather than a major overhaul of the tablet. That makes sense really since Apple has no pressing need to overhaul the iPad since it is dominating the tablet market.

One of the key things that people who own the iPad already are probably going to be asking themselves is if the iPad 2 will be worth the upgrade. Rumors point to the key changes in the iPad 2 being the addition of Thunderbolt and a faster processor. The screen may be a bit better, but that screen rumor is one that changes from source to source.

There is another rumor making the rounds today that a more overhauled iPad will hit later this year. I find that rumor hard to believe, Apple is not generally in the business of updating a mobile product more than one time per year. I would bet the closest we would see the iPad 3 would be this time next year.

Whether or not the iPad 2 is a worthy upgrade for those that own the current iPad won't really be answerable until we see what Apple is offering this afternoon. I suspect that the improvement in the new iPad will be slight and most current users will be happy staying with the iPad they already own, though I could be wrong.

If you find the desire to own the latest and greatest iPad too much to bear, will buy that existing iPad from you. The company will buy operational iPads with what they consider "light wear" all day long. The iPads are worth more with more options. The WiFi versions start at $255 for the 16GB and go up to $310 for the 64GB version.

The 3G versions start at $298 for 16GB and go up to $390 for the 64GB version. If you opt to trade in you can get the money in a check or in the form of a gift card. NextWorth also works with Target to allow the user to get a Target gift card if they desire.

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