iPad Air 2 refurb with 12 month warantee £144.49 @ Itzoo
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iPad Air 2 refurb with 12 month warantee £144.49 @ Itzoo

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Found 26th Oct
15% off this weekend only, bought a Dell PC off these earlier in the year and haven't had any issues.
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manbearpig31 m ago

If this wasn’t such an outdated model it would be a good deal. Has a p …If this wasn’t such an outdated model it would be a good deal. Has a proper fused screen so doesn’t sound hollow. Only the iPad Pro has them now which costs £500.



Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad Air two is “such an outdated model” is pretty over exaggerating it. You’d think it clunks along, rather than the seriously good tablet it still is. I guess it depends how much you need Apple Pencil etc.

appleinsider.com/art…r-2


In terms of sheer speed then this years models will be better, but in day to day use the Air 2 (and even the Air first gen) are still excellent. I doubt there’s many Air 2 owners out there that feel the need to upgrade anytime soon
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Great.. cheers OP. Daughters Mini just broke, great replacement.
If this wasn’t such an outdated model it would be a good deal.
Has a proper fused screen so doesn’t sound hollow. Only the iPad Pro has them now which costs £500.
Standard price
How old is this model ? Want to but one for my lad
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16gb..... Crazy that they ever made them with such a small storage capacity, even back when they were released. It's even worse to consider 16gb now
manbearpig31 m ago

If this wasn’t such an outdated model it would be a good deal. Has a p …If this wasn’t such an outdated model it would be a good deal. Has a proper fused screen so doesn’t sound hollow. Only the iPad Pro has them now which costs £500.



Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad Air two is “such an outdated model” is pretty over exaggerating it. You’d think it clunks along, rather than the seriously good tablet it still is. I guess it depends how much you need Apple Pencil etc.

appleinsider.com/art…r-2


In terms of sheer speed then this years models will be better, but in day to day use the Air 2 (and even the Air first gen) are still excellent. I doubt there’s many Air 2 owners out there that feel the need to upgrade anytime soon
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JohnnyRoller14 m ago

16gb..... Crazy that they ever made them with such a small storage …16gb..... Crazy that they ever made them with such a small storage capacity, even back when they were released. It's even worse to consider 16gb now



I’d say the 16gb model is fine if you tend to mostly stream content to it, Spotify, iTunes purchases, or download Netflix and Amazon stuff to watch. It’s only really if you feel the need to have dozens of active games on the go at anyone time then sure you’d go for the larger models.

(I still very much dislike how not just Apple but a fair companies now are doing away with micro sd card expansion slots on their tablets and phones. It’s just a cynical way of forcing higher profit margins from anyone that wants that extra storage, when it’s dirt cheap to get hold of separately.)
smackos28 m ago

Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad …Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad Air two is “such an outdated model” is pretty over exaggerating it. You’d think it clunks along, rather than the seriously good tablet it still is. I guess it depends how much you need Apple Pencil etc. https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/03/28/compared-the-new-2018-sixth-generation-ipad-with-apple-pencil-support-versus-the-2017-ipad-and-ipad-air-2In terms of sheer speed then this years models will be better, but in day to day use the Air 2 (and even the Air first gen) are still excellent. I doubt there’s many Air 2 owners out there that feel the need to upgrade anytime soon


I still have my iPad Air 1st generation, I've always kept it updated, and it's never let down yet, I got it in 2013, and gets used everyday, as much as I hate iPhones I love my iPad, I've even got the very first iPad mini, and that still works fine.
smackos29 m ago

Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad …Wow, I realise tech barrels along at a rate of knots but to say the iPad Air two is “such an outdated model” is pretty over exaggerating it. You’d think it clunks along, rather than the seriously good tablet it still is. I guess it depends how much you need Apple Pencil etc. https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/03/28/compared-the-new-2018-sixth-generation-ipad-with-apple-pencil-support-versus-the-2017-ipad-and-ipad-air-2In terms of sheer speed then this years models will be better, but in day to day use the Air 2 (and even the Air first gen) are still excellent. I doubt there’s many Air 2 owners out there that feel the need to upgrade anytime soon


Completely agree. Mines had about 3 years of daily use and performance is rock solid.
Daughter still uses the 1st gen Air. Battery still outstanding and survived kids use for nearly 5 years now. Was an incredible piece of kit. Don't think the new ones are to the same quality standard.
jp-supra1 h, 43 m ago

Daughter still uses the 1st gen Air. Battery still outstanding and …Daughter still uses the 1st gen Air. Battery still outstanding and survived kids use for nearly 5 years now. Was an incredible piece of kit. Don't think the new ones are to the same quality standard.


My little boy still uses the 4th gen iPad, after maybe 200+ drops and throws (over 5+ years) the screen got a slight crack. Still going strong even with that, I would never buy a 16gb version though. The 4th gen weighs a ton however, the air floats in comparison.... Maybe a replacement will be on the cards soon
bigpappasmurf132 h, 13 m ago

Completely agree. Mines had about 3 years of daily use and performance is …Completely agree. Mines had about 3 years of daily use and performance is rock solid.


Same. Had mine 3 years and used every day for watching Sky and just general usage. Unless you use it for games there is no real reason to upgrade. Only thing I would like is a brighter screen, but otherwise I don’t see any reason to upgrade.
Yup, another air 2 owner here - never considered another tablet bar the pro just for screen size. Had 1st and 3rd gen iPads
I bought two of these from ITZoo the other day and they are virtually immaculate. Screen doesn’t have a mark on either (not even a faint scratch), one of them had some light marks on the back.
Yes its an old model, But still one of the best ipads for performance. Only issue is the screen relplacements are the same price as a refurb ipad air 2
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