Ipad Mini Now only £190.80 Reduced in price Also iPad Air only £306 @ Apple
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Ipad Mini Now only £190.80 Reduced in price Also iPad Air only £306 @ Apple

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Found 16th Oct 2014
Due to the New release of the New iPad range the old iPads have been reduced in price, but are still great value.

So go get them whilst you can.

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199 for me?

Original Poster

Now gone up for some reason to £199

£239 cheapest now ?

Original Poster

Still showing as £199 for me.

It's £190.80 on the apple for education part of the site for students
store.apple.com/uk_…ini

Original Poster

That might be why I saw that price as my cookies most likely took me there. Thanks

Refurb is £169 but personally I think you're much better off paying £199 for a Mini 2 refurb. The processor is two generations ahead (and the same processor used in the Mini 3) and it has a much better display.
Edited by: "DirtyQwerty" 16th Oct 2014

£319 for the air for me. Voted hot though

matty2767

£319 for the air for me. Voted hot though



Go through the education link. Just gone for 32gb air. Cheers op.

Lunartick

Go through the education link. Just gone for 32gb air. Cheers op.



Nice one cheers mate

Ordered Many thanks OP £190.80:)

Just seen John Lewis have them for £199 with 2 year guarantee free after I ordered from apple lol

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niceal1

Ordered Many thanks OP £190.80:)Just seen John Lewis have them for £199 w … Ordered Many thanks OP £190.80:)Just seen John Lewis have them for £199 with 2 year guarantee free after I ordered from apple lol



Apple products are guaranteed for about 5 years if they go wrong under new EU legislation.

adrian2000

Apple products are guaranteed for about 5 years if they go wrong under … Apple products are guaranteed for about 5 years if they go wrong under new EU legislation.



lol pmsl, eu legislation my ****

That pictures actually the brand new iPad, not the older ones.

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deanos

lol pmsl, eu legislation my ****



Well I took an Iphone 4 into the shop on Tuesday this week and that was replaced Free of Charge as it was faulty. So think it is right as that was what I was told and the result states it is true!!!

adrian2000

Well I took an Iphone 4 into the shop on Tuesday this week and that was … Well I took an Iphone 4 into the shop on Tuesday this week and that was replaced Free of Charge as it was faulty. So think it is right as that was what I was told and the result states it is true!!!



no you are wrong there is no eu legislation in the uk , there is the sales of goods act though

£199 for a mini 2 (retina) refurb is tempting.

are these refurbs.....actually refurbs or are they new but just lowered in price because of the new releases? thanks.

bellalou72

are these refurbs.....actually refurbs or are they new but just lowered … are these refurbs.....actually refurbs or are they new but just lowered in price because of the new releases? thanks.



Apple refurbished are mint whenever I have brought them..

Normally in a brown box though

DirtyQwerty

Refurb is £169 but personally I think you're much better off paying £199 f … Refurb is £169 but personally I think you're much better off paying £199 for a Mini 2 refurb. The processor is two generations ahead (and the same processor used in the Mini 3) and it has a much better display.



Indeed, cracking deal for the retina.

cigbunt

Apple refurbished are mint whenever I have brought them.. but some are … Apple refurbished are mint whenever I have brought them.. but some are saying they're new? im confused!!Normally in a brown box though

New ones on Tesco for £219 using code.

you can get a ipad air 16gb for £299 ebay.co.uk/itm…485

Strange how the new ipad air 2 and ipad mini 3 are not selling out so fast this time around, Apple store seem to have every model available = it's slimmer faster every year isn't selling that fast, I love Apple products but I'll stick with my old slimmer faster ipad and wait until Apple release a bigger faster ipad. By the way op have some heat

I asked two Apple stores to price match Tesco offer and they said no. Only match high street stores not online only offers.

Tesco instore also didn't price match their own direct website

Whilst I wouldn't touch Apple with a bargepole these days, I'd still advise anyone wanting a full sized iPad to go with the new one. Ignore all the crap about it being thin, fast, whatever. The real improvement here is the screen.

Apple have had sub-par screens on the iPad every generation till now purely because the display wasn't laminated to the glass. They can't use newer tech as an excuse either, as even the original MS Surface had it. Plenty of tablets from the likes of Sony and ASUS have had it for years too.

It's another case of them holding back necessary improvements and making themselves look old and outdated so the sheep will clamour over anything they give them.

And it works, sadly.

Oh and before the usual lot cry, I don't hate Apple. I was an avid user of Macs, iPhones, etc from the period the iPhone 3GS came out to the iPhone 5. They quickly started going off the rails after scuffgate unfortunately, and Tim Cook is just a sick joke. The man is not a CEO, he's a logistics guy (and a damn good one). He has no soul, however, and therefore nor do Apple as company.

Plus every other major brand has made massive leaps forward in the smartphone/tablet space. Apple's only genuinely great product is the Mac (all iterations).

striker33

Whilst I wouldn't touch Apple with a bargepole these days, I'd still … Whilst I wouldn't touch Apple with a bargepole these days, I'd still advise anyone wanting a full sized iPad to go with the new one. Ignore all the crap about it being thin, fast, whatever. The real improvement here is the screen.Apple have had sub-par screens on the iPad every generation till now purely because the display wasn't laminated to the glass. They can't use newer tech as an excuse either, as even the original MS Surface had it. Plenty of tablets from the likes of Sony and ASUS have had it for years too.It's another case of them holding back necessary improvements and making themselves look old and outdated so the sheep will clamour over anything they give them.And it works, sadly.Oh and before the usual lot cry, I don't hate Apple. I was an avid user of Macs, iPhones, etc from the period the iPhone 3GS came out to the iPhone 5. They quickly started going off the rails after scuffgate unfortunately, and Tim Cook is just a sick joke. The man is not a CEO, he's a logistics guy (and a damn good one). He has no soul, however, and therefore nor do Apple as company.Plus every other major brand has made massive leaps forward in the smartphone/tablet space. Apple's only genuinely great product is the Mac (all iterations).


superspeedy

you can get a ipad air 16gb for £299 … you can get a ipad air 16gb for £299 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-APPLE-IPAD-AIR-RETINA-9-7-Wi-Fi-16-GB-16GB-TABLET-SPACE-GREY-MD785-/231361961276?ebayCategoryId=171485



£289 from tesco??

Misleading pic

Got iPad 3, can't decide if to get Air 2 or Nexus 9
I swear the 3 is adding to the occasional spraining of my right wrist (or am I just finding excuses to upgrade!?)

Nexus 9 has better specs (like the sound of the dual sound at each side), but then Apple has better dedicated tablet apps and I've already bought several apps.

So Stick another 12 months.....or N9 v A2!?

What??? When was new iPad announced? Didn't see that coming!!! Missed it.

deanos

no you are wrong there is no eu legislation in the uk , there is the … no you are wrong there is no eu legislation in the uk , there is the sales of goods act though



Actually there is, its the EU directive 1999/44/EC and it states 'A two-year guarantee applies for the sale of all consumer goods everywhere in the EU. In some countries, this may be more, and some manufacturers also choose to offer a longer warranty period.

Apple fully comply with this and it even says so on there own warranty page, but yes the sales of goods act also applies

their*

But the catch is that the burden of proof shifts to buyer after 6 months to prove that the fault existed on the goods upon delivery. How on earth is someone going to do that?

asiot

Actually there is, its the EU directive 1999/44/EC and it states 'A … Actually there is, its the EU directive 1999/44/EC and it states 'A two-year guarantee applies for the sale of all consumer goods everywhere in the EU. In some countries, this may be more, and some manufacturers also choose to offer a longer warranty period.Apple fully comply with this and it even says so on there own warranty page, but yes the sales of goods act also applies



wrong

theguardian.com/mon…eed

Far too many armchair lawyers on hukd

Lololol this is basically a 2011 era iPad 2 in a smaller case. It is ancient technology and will be incredibly slow with iOS 8. Seriously, just spend the extra £9 and get the mini 2, it is light years ahead

deanos

wrong … wrong http://www.theguardian.com/money/2011/feb/05/how-long-electrical-goods-guaranteed



apple.com/uk/…ty/

on apples own page mate case closed

rhodyate

Strange how the new ipad air 2 and ipad mini 3 are not selling out so … Strange how the new ipad air 2 and ipad mini 3 are not selling out so fast this time around, Apple store seem to have every model available = it's slimmer faster every year isn't selling that fast, I love Apple products but I'll stick with my old slimmer faster ipad and wait until Apple release a bigger faster ipad. By the way op have some heat



or they've actually built up enough stock to cover demand this time round, just like they did with the iPhone 6 before releasing it?

and anyhow your 3 year old link you provided confirms that there is a EU directive (which you said there wasn't) so proves me right :-/ so I don't see where you are coming from with that. All it says is that the sales of goods act in most cases would over rule it as it applies for a longer period which I never disputed

#yawn you two...!
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