With the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3 set to attack stores any day now, retailers have actually begun providing some price cuts on the previous-generation iPad Air and Retina iPad mini 2, specifically on higher-capacity designs that have actually been discontinued.

On its own internet site, Apple offers the initial iPad Air in 16 and 32GB capacities just, with rates at $399 and $449, respectively, for Wi-Fi models, and $529/$579 for Wi-Fi+ Cellular models. The very same is true for the iPad mini 2, which is available in 16 and 32GB capabilities at $299/$349 for Wi-Fi and $429/$479 for Wi-Fi + Cellular.
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Retailers are not providing discount rates on the iPad Air and iPad mini 2 models that Apple remains to sell, but the ceased greater capacity 64 and 128GB models are available at lower prices. Customers who don’t care about Touch ID or the new functions in the iPad Air 2 but desire even more storage capability will certainly be able to get a strong offer on an older-generation model.
iPad Air
The Wi-Fi only 64GB iPad Air in Area Gray can be acquired for $499 from Finest Buy, as can the 64GB Silver Wi-Fi model. The Wi-Fi only 128GB iPad Air in Silver can be bought from B&H Photo for $599.

Several websites are likewise offering offers on the higher-capacity Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad Air designs. The 64GB Cellular iPad Air in Silver from AT&T is available for $599 from Adorama. The 64GB Cellular iPad Air in Space Gray from AT&T is also available for $599, from Amazon, Adorama, and B&H Photo.

Verizon models are a little more costly, with both the 64GB Silver Cellular iPad and 64GB Area Gray iPad readily available for $629 from Best Buy.

The 128GB Cellular iPad Air in Silver from AT&T is available for $829.99 from Finest Buy and the 128GB Area Gray AT&T Cellular iPad is readily available for $699 from Adorama, a substantial discount of $230 off the original price.

128GB models from Verizon are priced similarly, with the 128GB Silver variation readily available from Adorama for $699 and the Space Gray version offered for $729 from B&H Photo.
iPad mini 2
Higher-capacity iPad mini 2 designs are also offered at high discounts, and these iPads are a specifically bargain as the only distinction in between the mini 2 and the mini 3 is Touch ID and a gold color option.

The 64GB Wi-Fi just iPad mini 2 in Silver is offered for $399 from Best Buy and Adorama. The Area Gray Wi-Fi only iPad mini 2 is likewise offered for $399 from Best Buy and Adorama.

The 128GB Wi-Fi just iPad mini 2 in Silver is available for $499 from Best Buy, while the Area Gray variation is available for $499 from Best Buy and Adorama.

The 64GB AT&T Cellular iPad mini 2 in Silver is offered for $529.99 from Best Buy, while the Space Gray design is readily available for $529.99 from Best Buy, Amazon, and Adorama.

64GB Verizon Cellular iPad mini 2 models in Silver are available for $529.99 from Finest Buy and the Space Gray model is available from Finest Buy for the very same price.

The 128GB Cellular AT&T iPad mini 2 in Silver is readily available for $629 from Amazon and Adorama. The AT&T Area Gray model in 128GB is likewise offered for $629 from Amazon and Adorama.

The 128GB Cellular Verizon iPad mini 2 in silver is readily available for $629 from Adorama. The Space Gray variation is also readily available for $629 from Best Buy and Adorama.
Trade-ins
Though sites have actually not yet begun providing discount rates on the current-generation iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, Finest Buy is accepting older iPads as trade-ins towards the cost of a brand-new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3. The company is guaranteeing a minimum of $175 in the direction of the iPad mini 3 with the trade in of an iPad 2 or newer, and a minimum of $200 to the iPad Air 2 with the trade in of an iPad 2 or newer.

There are a number of other sites that enable users to send out in their older iPads for cash that can be made use of to the purchase of a new iPad, consisting of Gazelle, Amazon, Target, Glyde, and more.

It continues to be uncertain when the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 will certainly be available in stores, however Apple continues to offer pre-orders for the gadgets on its site, with prices starting at $499 and $399, respectively.
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