We Buy Used Ipads
I used the store's online estimator for a quote on a good-condition iPad Air 2 (Wi-Fi) with 32GB. Trade value: $90. Your mileage may vary, of course, but it's worth getting Best Buy's quote, especially if you want a store credit that can be used for more than just Apple products.
we buy used ipads
Finally, we come to the old-standbys: Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace and eBay. All three will let you list your iPad for free, though eBay charges a percentage of the final sale price. And just as selling a used car yourself is likely to net you a higher price than trading it in at the dealer, selling your iPad directly to another person should result in more cash.
Want to sell your used iPad quickly? Skip the hassle of selling your tablet in person, dealing with non-paying eBay bidders, meeting up with low-balling local strangers, and getting pennies on the dollar from big-box stores by selling to GadgetGone. Get your guaranteed quote in seconds, then send your old iPad to us for free with our shipping kit and prepaid mailing label.
Your quote is locked in for 14 days from the time you check out on our website. As long as the USPS tracking number shows you shipped your used iPad within those 14 days, your offer amount is guaranteed.
I researched all of the different vendors to sell my used iPhone 6+ and GadgetGone offered the best rate by far. The process was quick and simple and I received my cash very quickly. I would definitely use them again in the future.
iPads make it easy to work, read and write on the go. If you are looking for an affordable used iPad, you've come to the right place. Gazelle carries quality used iPads that you can order online instantly.
Did you know that almost every used cell phone or tablet is worth money? Sure, the newer models and top brands in better condition are worth the most, but even older phones may still be worth some cash. At Cellairis, we do not want to see older iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices go to waste. Sell us your iPhones, used cell phones or iPads at our store inside the Opelika Walmart.
Are you the proud owner of multiple used or broken mobile devices? Most homes in Columbus have a variety of used cell phones and tablets hiding in their closets, cupboards and drawers, long forgotten by their owners. If you have used mobile devices that you do not need, why keep them around? The sooner you bring them to Cellairis, the more they may be worth. If you live in Columbus, sell your iPhones, cell phones or iPads to us at Cellairis.
You may not realize that your old iPad or broken Samsung Galaxy is worth money. It does not matter whether your device still works or not, the components inside are valuable. While a newer model that works is worth more money, as it can be refurbished and used, even older devices have value. Tablets and cell phones are made with precious metals that can be recycled to be used to build more electronics. At Cellairis, we buy old phones and tablets and make sure the materials and parts are put to good use and kept out of the landfills.
Yes. Apple Trade In lets you recycle any Apple device (including devices from Apple-owned brands) at any Apple Store and on apple.com(Opens in a new window) for free. That includes your batteries and old electronic products as well as free, on-demand packaging recycling for our commercial, education, and institutional customers. When we receive your device, it will be thoroughly inspected to determine if components can be recycled or reused. Whether recycled or reused, all activities relating to the processing of your device will be managed in an environmentally responsible way.
You can trade in Apple and third-party devices. Many Apple and third-party devices are eligible for a trade-in credit or an Apple Gift Card. And all Apple devices are eligible for recycling. Either way, give us your used devices and we will handle them responsibly.
There's an old saying: If something sounds too good to be true, it most likely is too good to be true. There's another saying: Buyer Beware. If you are looking to purchase a used iPad, iPhone or Apple Watch or you have already bought one, this is for you. Chances are if you're reading this you've bought a used device which is Activation Locked. Read below to learn why this was not a very good purchase.
Here on Apple Support Communities (ASC) we rarely see questions from people asking what to look for if they are considering the purchase of a used iOS device. Sadly however, every single day here on ASC we field questions from multiple people who already purchased a used iOS Device. They get them from many sources, such as eBay, Craigslist, OfferUp, Facebook, Pawn Shops, even charitable donation centers like Salvation Army or Goodwill Industries. I'm sure I could list more sources, but that's enough to get my point across.
People are completely unaware of what or how important Activation Lock is. Activation Lock is a Theft Deterrent System. The best Anti Theft Deterrent system available. One even the FBI could not bypass. Personally, I find it remarkable people do so little research before parting with their money, but then I also understand not everyone can afford a new iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch and purchasing a used one can be a way to get one for themselves they can afford.
Phones which were purchased on contract, are usually carrier locked. This means the phone will only operate on that carrier's network. Even if you manage to purchase a phone which is not Activation Locked, you need to know if the phone is Carrier Locked. It is important to note that ONLY the carrier can unlock a phone to be used with another carrier. Apple can't do this for you.
My company sells used iPhones and iPads on eBay that have had the Activation Lock removed. We mention this in the listing and guarantee that the device has no Activation Lock on it. If you should buy a device from eBay, look for this in the listing. If it doesn't guarantee this, DO NOT BUY IT! Also look at how long the seller has been with eBay and read their feedback! We have a 100% seller rating because of this and this way, we can keep our customers happy with devices they can use.
Extremely well written and very thorough. This will help a great amount of people. I will be sure to refer to this article when users of this forum ask about purchasing a used Apple Device. Thanks for this.
Just came across this very good User Tip but I have a question/comment. I thought that the "3 iCloud per device" pertained to the number or accounts that can be created on a device, not the number that can be used on a device. While it is true that one can only create 3 accounts on one iDevice I thought that one can use an account created on a different device (another iDevice or a Mac for instance) and use that account on the device that is limited for new account creation. This has been discussed on various ASC threads before, some old, for instance:
"If the phone has already been used to create three iCloud accounts it will never be able to create any more, no matter what you do to it. If you are going to sell it you you can sign out of the iCloud account currently on it (you must do this or the next owner will find himself locked out sooner or later), and you will need to explain to the purchaser that if he doesn't already have an iCloud account he will have to create an iCloud account on another device (iOS or Mac, not Windows or Android) and then sign into that account on the phone."
Refurbished iPads are not much different from new ones. For instance, Apple-certified refurbished products are restored to complete working condition by Apple after being either pre-owned or used as display models. They are also eligible for AppleCare protection. As a result, when you buy a refurbished iPad, it will work as new.
It has a superb 2048 x 2732 Mini LED screen, becoming the first iPad to have used this type of display technology. Besides, like its other siblings, you can get up to 10 hours of battery life, has a premium aluminum shell, and up to 2TB of storage. 041b061a72