Apple 32GB iPad 2 with Wi-Fi+3G AT&T

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Apple 32GB iPad 2 with Wi-Fi+3G AT&T
Price: $179.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Wednesday, Apr 22 to Monday, Apr 27) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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So it says AT&T 3G, but it doesn’t come with a SIM card and it doesn’t say what data plan comes with it. Can someone shed some light on this?

Also it says under Physical condition: Scratch & Dent… what does this mean? Is it supposed to be Scratch & Dent free, or does it mean that scratches & dents come free?

It doesn’t come with a data plan. It’s an iPad 2 for the AT&T network. You would set up your own data plan with them or simply use it via Wi-Fi only.

On the condition, here’s what’s in the features:

Hey, you there! These tablets are expected to have a moderate level of wear & tear including (but not limited to) scratches, dents, and dings. Outside of their physical appearance, they have been tested to be in full working condition.

Ah gotcha… I’m on T-Mobile. It seems like a good deal otherwise!

You should be able to unlock it to work on t-mobile also, they run on the same… thingy, I forget the word.

So when they say scratches does that include the screen bc while it may function properly, screen scratches are not so good…?

https://store.apple.com/Catalog/US/Images/apple_certified.html

I would think if the screen needed it, it would be replaced

Does it come with the cover?

Who does the refurbishing on these? I’m assuming it’s not Apple.

Does it come with a Delorean?

I’ve bought three of these from our marketing department over the past few months as they transition to the iPad Air. $35 a piece for the AT&T 16GB version is a steal.(That’s what Apple pays us for the old devices.) One for me, one for my brother, and a third for a friend whose wife travels a lot for work and takes the company iPad with her.

Everything has been good for the most part on mine. I’ve upgraded to the most recent OS, which had to be done by connecting to iTunes on my PC, and the only consistent problem I’ve had has been with the Safari browser crashing. It had major problems when I was looking for used cars on Craigslist. I’m not sure what the issue is but Chrome works fine with everything. Too bad Firefox isn’t available. From what I’ve read Apple is pretty fascistic, my words, about how browsers need to be put together for their OS and Mozilla would need to build down to accommodate Apple requirements.

Our marketing people did have a few units come back with damaged connector ports so the refurbishment process should replace those and any other non-functioning or damaged buttons. It would make sense to replace scratched screens as well and if that’s the case the price Woot is advertising is fair and a good value if you don’t mind 3G speeds on the cellular side.

The iPad replaced my HP Touchpad that ran the Cyanogen ICS build of Android and WebOS. From a functionality perspective they are similar devices but the Apple has a better build quality and just feels better in your hands. I do miss the flexibility of Android and will probably find a newish tablet I can hack. On the plus side Mom liked the iPad when she visited so I’m giving it to her when I go see her and Dad next weekend. If you like a device that can handle basic tasks with built in functionality then the iPad is a good deal.

I’m guessing that these are not refurbished by Apple but by a third party.

If you want a slow tablet get this. Honestly, you can get a much better Droid tablet for $199.

This iPad mini 3 is a better value also.

FWIW, I have an iPad2 that is still running iOS 6.1 and only in the last few months have I encountered the problem of Safari crashing all the time. It never happened before that.

Agreed. Apple refurbs are perfect. They would never sell a scratched or dented one.

what is the charger adaptor style? Compatible with iPhone 4 cable?

The iPad 2 originally sold with the older 30-pin connection chargers.
One might assume this one does, too. I hope this helps!

How is the compatible with mac and IPhone for easy syncing and sharing? thanks