Apple Drops the Price of its Refurbished iPads

Apple Drops the Price of its Refurbished iPads

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Apple has dropped the price of its refurbished iPads by $20 to $50.

Here's the new prices via MacRumors:

iPad 2
- 16 GB Wi-Fi: $319, down $30 from $349
- 32 GB Wi-Fi: $399, down $50 from $449
- 64 GB Wi-Fi: $499, down $50 from $449

- 16 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $449, down $30 from $479
- 32 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $529, down $50 from $579
- 64 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $629, down $50 from $679

Original iPad
- 16 GB Wi-Fi: $279, down $20 from $299
- 32 GB Wi-Fi: $349, down $50 from $399
- 64 GB Wi-Fi: $449, down $50 from $499

- 16 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $379, down $20 from $399
- 32 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $449, down $50 from $499
- 64 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $549, down $50 from $599

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Apple Drops the Price of its Refurbished iPads
Since1984 - May 9, 2012 at 3:56pm
I love competition.
cris - May 8, 2012 at 1:26pm
iPad2 - 64 GB Wi-Fi: $499, down $50 from $449 how could this be done......
Naru - May 8, 2012 at 12:46pm
So let's get this straight: you bought a refurbished product at a discount price. It had what you considered a fault but apple didn't. They replaced it twice. They offered to replace it a third time or offer you a full refund. What part of this is lousy customer service? How much "compensation" would have satisfied you? $100? $200? Full refund but you get to keep the iPad?
Will Anderson - May 8, 2012 at 4:35pm
Hey I agree. They give him a full refund on a refurbished unit, and still he complains. I guess he needs to move back to a PC. I have many apple products for my business, and called apple for some issues and they were very helpful and informative. Thanks Apple.
m1k3y_b0y - May 8, 2012 at 5:21pm
Listen, I like Apple products and have been a supporter since the goddamn eighties, but I'm no masochist. I'm not interested in paying personally for some megalithic corporation's decision to save a buck rather than do the right thing! And, they damn well better've offered me a refund! Have a look at the photos in the links in my last post. Can you honestly tell me you'd be willing to roll-over after shelling out $350 bucks for a product that you received in that condition? I put my faith in Apple's concept of quality to save a measly 50 bucks and got burned. I'm just trying to inform other consumers that if they're in the market for an iPad, they should buy a new one. If my story helps, but one other person avoid the same headache I endured, I'd be happy.
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