Reports are coming in that Apple is replacing a broken "iPad 4" with an "iPad Air 2" for the price of only the service fix. The price is $200 from the Apple Store pricing. For that reason, users may receive a slight upgrade in storage when getting a replacement in addition to the device's newer and more powerful internals overall. It's likely that a small part replacement will be carried out by the company easily, but if the damage is more than beyond control, then only expect an iPad Air 2. Now that supplies of the fourth generation are dwindling, Apple has apparently freed its employees to substitute an iPad that's two generations newer.More news: American Express Company (AXP) Given Media Sentiment Rating of 0.17
If you are looking to take advantage of the situation, we would advise you to check your local Apple Store for iPad 4 stock first. It was initially thought that there was a mistake but when they contacted Apple, they were told that Apple has already discontinued the product. Apple replaced it with a $329 model dubbed simply "iPad". According to a memo obtained by 9to5Mac, Apple has basically run out of that old iPad and is now replacing it with the iPad Air 2, which was released in October of 2014.More news: Addison Russell hits walk-off home run to beat Brewers
We have some great news for Apple fans that have not gotten ridden of their fourth generation iPad. In case you didn't know, Apple earlier killed 16GB and 64GB models of the iPad Air 2. So, there are still a couple of years yet and Apple is now dealing with the dearth of 4th gen iPads by letting service providers ship iPad Air 2 instead. If your luck is sky high and were hoping for brand new tablet after your iPad 4 broke down, then you might want to walk towards your nearest Apple Store or an authorized Apple fix outlet. 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.More news: Kylie Jenner Is Slaying the Coachella Game With Bright AF Highlighter Hair
Thoughts about the free upgrade?