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Ipad Mini 2 16GB Wifi Apple Refurb £199 @ Apple Store
Ipad Mini 2 16GB Wifi Apple Refurb £199 @ Apple Store

Ipad Mini 2 16GB Wifi Apple Refurb £199 @ Apple Store

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Would rather pay the £20 extra and get it brand new off amazon, especially if giving as a gift. Order 2 Sunday and got them tues!

where on amazon are they that price ???

Maybe somebody here that buys this iPad or already owns it could help me but my dad owns the same iPad as this one and it's full with photos. Been bugging him for a long time to remove them but as they belong to both my parents, I'm not able to touch them even tho I backed them up. Because of that I'm not able to download the big update or any apps. Lately I'm noticing iWorks cost £7 each and I remember it appeared as free a while back. Do I need that update for it to be free again?

Trevmorely4455
They are on there now, go on to Amazon and type iPad mini 2 and they come straight up as £219.
Like I said, I ordered 2. They are fine. Brand new,sealed and uk ones.

CoolDude0123

Maybe somebody here that buys this iPad or already owns it could help me … Maybe somebody here that buys this iPad or already owns it could help me but my dad owns the same iPad as this one and it's full with photos. Been bugging him for a long time to remove them but as they belong to both my parents, I'm not able to touch them even tho I backed them up. Because of that I'm not able to download the big update or any apps. Lately I'm noticing iWorks cost £7 each and I remember it appeared as free a while back. Do I need that update for it to be free again?


When you pay for an app, all future updates are free. You'll have to put iWork on your wishlist or some app alert to be notified when it drops in price.

You can update the iOS 8.1.2 via iTunes instead of downloading it first to your iPad.

The 16GB model sucks, thought I'd save some money buying one for the missus, I've been paying for it ever since...

If you are HUKD savvy, you'll regularly see the 32GB model for around £200.

wasabimaster

[quote=CoolDude0123]If you are HUKD savvy, you'll regularly see the 32GB … [quote=CoolDude0123]If you are HUKD savvy, you'll regularly see the 32GB model for around £200.


Well even the refurb one is £239.99. When have you seen it for £200!?
I thought I was HUKD savvy

Never seen the 2nd gen 32gb at £200

None in stock - cold

appolospb

None in stock - cold



Yes there is

linzb1985xxxx

Yes there is


No there isn't.

Refurb stock levels get updated between 1am and 2am each day and then sells out VERY quickly. They come sealed in a box and are as new (read apple blurb) I have an iPad mini 2 with 64gb which you can't now buy 'new' it cost me less than a 32gb new model and is fab! I would def by refurb again - has same warranty and support. (There is an app which alerts you to refurb stock level updates called refurb me I think.)

I bought a 16GB one at it arrived a couple of days ago. It's brand new just like the last refurb I bought. Apple are just getting shot of unsold Mini 2s as retailers want to sell the newer Mini 3 model instead. I can tell mine is brand new as there isn't a mark on it - even the screen is pristine.
Edited by: "reakt" 22nd Dec 2014

CoolDude0123

Maybe somebody here that buys this iPad or already owns it could help me … Maybe somebody here that buys this iPad or already owns it could help me but my dad owns the same iPad as this one and it's full with photos. Been bugging him for a long time to remove them but as they belong to both my parents, I'm not able to touch them even tho I backed them up. Because of that I'm not able to download the big update or any apps. Lately I'm noticing iWorks cost £7 each and I remember it appeared as free a while back. Do I need that update for it to be free again?



If you plug it into a pc and go into my pc then iPad you can remove all the picture without using itunes or any app, it acts like a usb drive and you can copy, move or delete the pictures as you wish.

Dryosh

If you plug it into a pc and go into my pc then iPad you can remove all … If you plug it into a pc and go into my pc then iPad you can remove all the picture without using itunes or any app, it acts like a usb drive and you can copy, move or delete the pictures as you wish.


Thanks for the reply. Happily I managed to get it sorted without needing to delete anything. When it's plugged into the PC, downloaded the update through itunes and it installed onto the iPad using the PC. Only needed something like 512mb of space on the iPad to get it installed so was pretty cool and can confirm iWork apps all went from paying money to free when you download the latest update

reakt

I bought a 16GB one at it arrived a couple of days ago. It's brand new … I bought a 16GB one at it arrived a couple of days ago. It's brand new just like the last refurb I bought. Apple are just getting shot of unsold Mini 2s as retailers want to sell the newer Mini 3 model instead. I can tell mine is brand new as there isn't a mark on it - even the screen is pristine.



It's not "new" it's still a refurb, Apple just have a high standard for their refurbs (new back/screen etc) so they look as good as new.

That's why it comes in a white box rather than the standard coloured box a "new" one comes in .. but if you put it side by side with a genuine "new" one you wouldn't tell the difference.

Dryosh

If you plug it into a pc and go into my pc then iPad you can remove all … If you plug it into a pc and go into my pc then iPad you can remove all the picture without using itunes or any app, it acts like a usb drive and you can copy, move or delete the pictures as you wish.





Thanks for that tip. I'm very new to ipads and itunes frustrates me like blazes.

toonarmani

It's not "new" it's still a refurb, Apple just have a high standard for … It's not "new" it's still a refurb, Apple just have a high standard for their refurbs (new back/screen etc) so they look as good as new.That's why it comes in a white box rather than the standard coloured box a "new" one comes in .. but if you put it side by side with a genuine "new" one you wouldn't tell the difference.



I have another theory. That is that Apple use their refurb program to quickly get rid of stocks of older models when a new model is released. They take brand new ipads out of their boxes and put them in plain white boxes to sell them as refurbs.

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reakt

I have another theory. That is that Apple use their refurb program to … I have another theory. That is that Apple use their refurb program to quickly get rid of stocks of older models when a new model is released. They take brand new ipads out of their boxes and put them in plain white boxes to sell them as refurbs.



This is a very likely explanation as Apple don't do 'sales' as such. Apart from the Apple Event they sometimes do in the run up to Christmas, but I don't recall seeing them do that this year.
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