That is relevant to customers seeking an upgrade because the Apple introduced a new gold color option with the iPad Air 2.
Apple is doing this because the company has no stock left of the ageing and now discontinued fourth generation iPad, 9to5Mac website reported on Saturday.
The memo still went ahead to bring it out clearly that that the staff was to indeed inform each and every customer of what would be the particular color as well as what that particular customer would receive in terms of the storage capacity. The iPad Air 2 did not offer the 16GB and 64GB models, so you'd likely be getting a storage upgrade along with the overall more advanced tech.
Though the iPad Air 2 was recently discontinued and replaced with the new iPad, it's still better than the iPad 4 in all ways.
Guidance promulgated in the last month noted a decline in the amount of iPad 4 stock, but such a thing doesn't necessarily require the exchange for iPad Air 2.
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One of the vital point, to be remembered is that taking a five-year-old damaged Apple iPad 4 to the fix center does not guarantee the users of the new shiny model. If the iPad is not functioning the way it should have been, then taking it to the Apple authorized fix center for a servicing might end up in coming home with an Apple iPad Air 2 instead of the Apple iPad 4. This replacement is available at any Apple Store or other authorized service providers throughout the US. In case it breaks, they now have the possibility to get an Apple iPad Air 2 instead.
Even though it was launched back in 2012, many people still own an iPad 4. It is now simply named "iPad".
The newer device is targeted at mid-stream users and has a low retail price of $329. Although the company didn't reveal any specific information about the iPad Pro Mini, but it seems that 9.7-inchs model can be considered as a mini version of iPad Pro 2.
This is a great little move from Apple, as it ensures that users get at least something in return rather than nothing at all.
Apple aims to rebrand their Ipad air2with this new launch. Maybe it's time to upgrade - for free!