Following the introduction of both the Retina iPad mini and the iPad Air, Apple has lowered the prices of its refurbished iPads. The entry-level first-generation iPad mini is now priced at $249, down from $279 and $50 less than a new model, priced at $299, with price cuts across the board for all Wi-Fi and Cellular configurations.
Apple’s fourth-generation iPad with Retina display is now available for $379 for the 16 GB version, a total of $120 off the original retail price of $499, and $20 less than the $399 iPad 2. Entry level cellular models are now priced at $409, which is a $170 total savings.
The entry-level iPad 2 is priced at $319 for the Wi-Fi model, which is a 20 percent savings off of the original price of $399.
All of Apple’s refurbished units come equipped with the same one-year warranty that brand-new products carry and have been thoroughly tested for reliability. The units also come with brand-new batteries and outer shells.
Stock fluctuates based on availability, but at the current time, most models and capacities of the fourth-generation iPad, the iPad mini, and the iPad 2 can be purchased.