Ipad Air 16GB £249 (With Code) @ Tesco Direct
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Ipad Air 16GB £249 (With Code) @ Tesco Direct

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Found 24th May 2016
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Code: TDX-V4X7

The iPad Air is remarkably thin and weighs less than half a kilo, feeling unbelievably light in your hand. Equipped with a 9.7-inch Retina display, this innovative device incorporates the A7 chip with 64-bit architecture, ultra-fast wireless, powerful apps and has up to 10 hours of battery life.

With over 475,000 apps in the App Store, the possibilities are endless.

Apple update their software regularly. Check ‘Settings’ on your device for the latest available version.

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No messing about with this deal, heat added reindeer

http://i.imgur.com/nLCISPd.gif

Good spot (shot) OP
Ipad in the air = Ipad Air

http://i65.tinypic.com/16lxzq0.gif

heat added!

Original Poster

No messing about with this deal, heat added reindeer


Go on Maccy, get that card out X)

Go on Maccy, get that card out X)



X)

It's safe where it is...for now X)

Heat added

The 50 inch Digihome Smart tv is £209 with the codeTDX-V4X7 - 24 in stock as of 07:30am

tesco.com/dir…prd

Original Poster

Good spot (shot) OP :pIpad in the air = Ipad Air


X)

This is not one of those £5 chinese tablets vassy X)

£242.99 @ amazon
Might be a us version ?
amazon.co.uk/App…S1A
Edited by: "bigwheels" 24th May 2016

Chanchi32

Heat addedThe 50 inch Digihome Smart tv is £209 with the codeTDX-V4X7 - … Heat addedThe 50 inch Digihome Smart tv is £209 with the codeTDX-V4X7 - 24 in stock as of 07:30amhttp://www.tesco.com/direct/digihome-50-inch-smart-wifi-built-in-full-hd-1080p-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/566-3957.prd



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A "Used - Like New" one available for £232.10 @ Amazon Wareshouse

amazon.co.uk/gp/…56P

£242.99 @ amazonMight be a us version … £242.99 @ amazonMight be a us version ?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Apple-WI-FI-inch-Retina-display/dp/B00G4DSS1A



don't think its a US one

chapchap

A "Used - Like New" one available for £232.10 @ Amazon … A "Used - Like New" one available for £232.10 @ Amazon Wareshousehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00G4DSS1A/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used&m=A2OAJ7377F756P



​rather have a new one myself

good find op, have a good one, heat added
Edited by: "sradmad" 24th May 2016

X)This is not one of those £5 chinese tablets vassy X)


I know pal but still this would be similar to the £5 Chinese tablets in a nice aluminium case with branded name

X)This is not one of those £5 chinese tablets vassy X)


I do not have any £5 chinese tablets. Recently upgraded from air 1 to air 2
Apple all the way

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I do not have any £5 chinese tablets. Recently upgraded from air 1 to air … I do not have any £5 chinese tablets. Recently upgraded from air 1 to air 2 :DApple all the way


I agree, but Apple products do keep their value very well oO

apple junk I had to sold mine because it became too slow after updating , same with iphone 6 , in Brazil apple being sue for slowing down software but not in europe is just funny

Apple has a disasterous update strategy, but works beautifully for consumer consummables (which means you use it a while and then throw away), unlike all other operating systems before it and since, you have binary choice of update yes or no. Whearas in Windows, Linux, all commercial computer operating systems, all the hundreds of updates are packaged individually for selective install. One big area that people cannot do with Apple IOS is install only security updates but no added function, compared with Windows XP which allows security updates for 10 years.

Apple has a disasterous update strategy, but works beautifully for … Apple has a disasterous update strategy, but works beautifully for consumer consummables (which means you use it a while and then throw away), unlike all other operating systems before it and since, you have binary choice of update yes or no. Whearas in Windows, Linux, all commercial computer operating systems, all the hundreds of updates are packaged individually for selective install. One big area that people cannot do with Apple IOS is install only security updates but no added function, compared with Windows XP which allows security updates for 10 years.




That's not necessarily true, I was forced to update my IPad 4! Apple Music wouldn't work without the update

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That's not necessarily true, I was forced to update my IPad 4! Apple … That's not necessarily true, I was forced to update my IPad 4! Apple Music wouldn't work without the update

This is always true, have you ever seen an IOS update where you can choose what you want to select as updates? ( I mean a menu comes up listing loads of updates, filling a page, and then you just tick which ones that you want to update.) With Windows all other operating systems I can choose to, say, only update security updates.

This is always true, have you ever seen an IOS update where you can … This is always true, have you ever seen an IOS update where you can choose what you want to select as updates? ( I mean a menu comes up listing loads of updates, filling a page, and then you just tick which ones that you want to update.) With Windows all other operating systems I can choose to, say, only update security updates.




No, not on my IPad anyway. IOS 9.3's battery drain is horrendous.

Extra £20 gets you 32GB version from Apple refurb
apple.com/uk/…air


Anyone tried JL to price match Tesco with 3 year warranty?

Edited by: "rodman" 24th May 2016

No, not on my IPad anyway. IOS 9.3's battery drain is horrendous.


My point is operating system updates, Windows, Linux, mainframes all have selective small update packages which you can select rather than iOS which is take it or leave it.

My point is operating system updates, Windows, Linux, mainframes all have … My point is operating system updates, Windows, Linux, mainframes all have selective small update packages which you can select rather than iOS which is take it or leave it.




Would be good if Apple offered selective updates.

I agree, but Apple products do keep their value very well oO


Well i sold my ipad air 32gb in mint condition for £200.
Not sure if it holds the price much.

Apple has a disasterous update strategy, but works beautifully for … Apple has a disasterous update strategy, but works beautifully for consumer consummables (which means you use it a while and then throw away), unlike all other operating systems before it and since, you have binary choice of update yes or no. Whearas in Windows, Linux, all commercial computer operating systems, all the hundreds of updates are packaged individually for selective install. One big area that people cannot do with Apple IOS is install only security updates but no added function, compared with Windows XP which allows security updates for 10 years.



I acutally think Apple's updates are the core strength of IOS, since Apple control the hardware and software experience as they have only ever made a limited amount of hardware, you know you'll get updates, unlike Android where you buy a Galaxy S6 for example and only get an update a year after it was released with no idea if you'll get Android N. I much prefer Apple's system for updates. I dislike IOS for other reasons though.

Cold. I picked up a brand new sealed iPad Air 2 64gb for £300.

I acutally think Apple's updates are the core strength of IOS, since … I acutally think Apple's updates are the core strength of IOS, since Apple control the hardware and software experience as they have only ever made a limited amount of hardware, you know you'll get updates, unlike Android where you buy a Galaxy S6 for example and only get an update a year after it was released with no idea if you'll get Android N. I much prefer Apple's system for updates. I dislike IOS for other reasons though.


Absolutely, in Windows platform this is called "locked down", only selective packaged updates are allowed by central IT staff aftert exhaustive testing, and it is a robust method. But iOS could have split out updates to security and to functional updates. The main issue with people with older iPADs and iPhone is the slow down which inevitably happens as OS gets bigger and more functional with new hardware, like the current IOS update 9.3.2, it includes a patch for Iphone 5 SE but I don't need it.

ipad air 1?

Cold. I picked up a brand new sealed iPad Air 2 64gb for £300.



From where dude

Even though Im a fan of Apple devices and don't fantasise about specs, I do think that even £250 for something with 1GB Ram and 16GB Storage is quite poor. My iPad Mini 2nd Gen still runs quite well though so I'm surprised to hear that these have started to stutter and lag.

Absolutely, in Windows platform this is called "locked down", only … Absolutely, in Windows platform this is called "locked down", only selective packaged updates are allowed by central IT staff aftert exhaustive testing, and it is a robust method. But iOS could have split out updates to security and to functional updates. The main issue with people with older iPADs and iPhone is the slow down which inevitably happens as OS gets bigger and more functional with new hardware, like the current IOS update 9.3.2, it includes a patch for Iphone 5 SE but I don't need it.



Apple goes for simplicity, once users have to over actively manage updates it goes against their ethos. It definitely works for Apple and most of its users.

Apple goes for simplicity, once users have to over actively manage … Apple goes for simplicity, once users have to over actively manage updates it goes against their ethos. It definitely works for Apple and most of its users.


Let me qualify this, it does not work for most of their users who were forced to go from iOS 7 to 9, when they could just make do with browser upgrade and security updates, the performance took a big hit for IPAD 2,3,4, in sharp contrast to Windos XP, when these updates took no hit in performance for 10 years, I know I run an AMD duron 3Ghz single core CPU. The most damaging of their core strength is that there no way to go back to a previous iOS version.

Edited by: "splender" 24th May 2016

Let me qualify this, it does not work for most of their users who were … Let me qualify this, it does not work for most of their users who were forced to go from iOS 7 to 9, when they could just make do with browser upgrade and security updates, the performance took a big hit for IPAD 2,3,4, in sharp contrast to Windos XP, when these updates took no hit in performance for 10 years, I know I run an AMD duron 3Ghz single core CPU.


Don't buy Apple products then. Personally i like performance so have no problem with buying a new "present" for myself every 2/3/4 years. The idea of using a single core XP machine sounds dreadful btw. Oh and can you partially update Android devices or is it all or nothing? Seems like comparing PCs with tablets isn't a great comparison.

Don't buy Apple products then. Personally i like performance so have no … Don't buy Apple products then. Personally i like performance so have no problem with buying a new "present" for myself every 2/3/4 years. The idea of using a single core XP machine sounds dreadful btw. Oh and can you partially update Android devices or is it all or nothing? Seems like comparing PCs with tablets isn't a great comparison.


definitely buy Apple, it is a tool like any tool, an engineer uses the best tool in a toolset for the different types of jobs. On hotukdeals my guess is people have multiple Windows, Android, iOS, and OSX devices.
Edited by: "splender" 24th May 2016

wheelerdealer87

Cold. I picked up a brand new sealed iPad Air 2 64gb for £300.



​Where from?

Let me qualify this, it does not work for most of their users who were … Let me qualify this, it does not work for most of their users who were forced to go from iOS 7 to 9, when they could just make do with browser upgrade and security updates, the performance took a big hit for IPAD 2,3,4, in sharp contrast to Windos XP, when these updates took no hit in performance for 10 years, I know I run an AMD duron 3Ghz single core CPU. The most damaging of their core strength is that there no way to go back to a previous iOS version.



I agree somewhat with what you're saying, however this is nowhere near a full desktop OS on iPads. I also think Apple made a mistake with the iPad Pro and should have made it run OSX. The update system on iPads works in Apple's favour. iPad 2/3 are almost useless performance wise on IOS .9.x. Apple effectively force an upgrade, and it's in their business model to push people to update their Apple hardware frequently. Having said that, 6 year old desktop/laptop hardware from Apple happily runs their latest OSX system El Capitan 10.11.5.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 24th May 2016

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