The iPad is an iOS based tablet computer marketed and designed by Apple. The very first iPad came out in April, 2010. The initial operating system of the iPad is the iOS 3.2, and the highest supported operating system is the iOS 5.1.1. The iPad comes with 256 MB DDR Ram and comes with 16, 32, or 64 GB of storage.
The iPad has a variety of Apps in the Apple store: more than 475,000. Apps are both by Apple and other third parties and allow for a variety of functions.
The screen is a 9.7-inch multi-touch display that features backlighting and has a fingerprint and scratch resistant coating. The resolution is 1024 by 768 with a liquid-crystal display.
The button placement from the first generation iPad set the precedent, and all succeeding iPads have maintained this placement. This tablet weighs in at a very light 680 or 730 g, depending on the iPad you choose.
There are numerous benefits to buying a refurbished iPad. One of the biggest benefits to choosing to purchase a refurbished iPad is the price. Of course, a brand new iPad is a good choice because it’s brand new and you can take it out of the box yourself for the first time. However, you will pay a premium price for that privilege. If you instead choose a refurbished iPad, you can still enjoy using the iPad without having to spend as much money.
Benefits of buying a refurbished iPad:
The iPad has been refurbished to high standards
It has been erased, reset, and recertified for a new owner
The price is much less than buying new
Includes a warranty for peace of mind
When you purchase a refurbished iPad, you are getting the same iPad that you would get if you were to buy it new- minus the high cost. A refurbished iPad might not look as pristine as a new iPad, but if you can deal with minimal signs of wear, you can enjoy all the features of an iPad without the price tag.
One thing to remember about buying a refurbished iPad is that you can get more storage for a smaller price. That means that you can afford to get a 64 GB iPad for less than a new 16 GB iPad would cost. When you keep in mind the fact that both iPads have the same features but one will be able to store much less than the other, the choice becomes obvious.
You can choose between a model that is Wi-Fi only or one with Wi-Fi with cellular support to best meet your needs.