Thursday, March 3, 2011

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Apple IPAD 16GB iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G. Used for about 8 Months. Comes with Leather Case. Planning to buy a new IPAD 2 - As i am visiting USA This week - So Selling this quickly. Asking price $400. Great Condition. Contact billbub@gmail.com



Here’s a roundup rumors about Apple’s big iPad 2. The body: The iPad 2 is likely to be sleeker and slimmer than its predecessor, which weighs in at 1.5 pounds. Apple often cuts weight and depth in newer models. Other rumors suggest the new model will have a thinner bezel, as well.

The camera: Best guesses indicate that the iPad 2 will have at least one camera, if not two. When the iPad came out last April, it was essentially the only tablet on the market, but now it faces a host of competitors. Many of those sport cameras, and Apple would be behind the curve if it didn’t integrate a camera (or two) into its latest toy.

The screen: What kind of screen will the new iPad have? Though early reports were sure that an iPad 2 would have a fancy retina display like the iPhone, the rumor now is that the new screen won’t be significantly different from the current one.

The guts: Most Apple watchers think that the new tablet will have a multi-core A5 processing chip — that is, a faster, better chip than the first iPad’s A4.

The iPad 3?: The biggest rumor coming off of the iPad 2 release is that it may not really be worth buying. (Ah, the gadget-lover’s eternal dilemma: Buy now or wait for an upgrade?) Many are guessing that this is a “speed bump” upgrade, as was the iPhone 3GS. In fact, some are saying that the iPad 3 will be coming out this fall.

Now, let me tell you about the best way to trade in old iPad for cash to upgrade to iPad 2. You’re sitting there waiting for the iPad 2 to be announced. After waiting for months you’re chomping at the bit and know that you’re going to buy one even if you’re not totally sure what all of it’s features are gonna be. One thing to consider is how you’re going to pay for the upgrade. While you can certainly deal with the hassle of selling your old iPad on Craigslist or Ebay, you might want to consider using NextWorth.com to trade in your iPad for cash.

NextWorth, is offering high trade-in values for the first generation iPad to help subsidize the cost of an upgrade. Apple products tend to retain value more than other brands, and the iPad is no exception. Current trade-in values on NextWorth for iPads with Light Wear (as of 2/23/11) are:
iPad 16G Wifi: $255
iPad 32GB Wifi: $285
iPad 64GB Wifi: $310
iPad 16G Wifi + 3G: $298
iPad 32G wifi + 3G: $350
iPad 64GB Wifi + 3G: $390

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