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Sell My Apple iPad 2 WiFi for the best price online
Selling your iPad 2
Since its release in March 2011, the iPad 2 has been upgraded by newer tablets across a range of manufacturers. This is in keeping with newer technologies and consumer demands. If you still have an iPad 2 and have recently upgraded to a newer model, or are considering doing so, your idea may be more practical than you think. Consider selling your iPad 2 through OnRecycle, and you can receive a great price for your existing device. Although we believe that the iPad 2 is still a cracking model, it is now nearly 6 years old! Newer technologies (namely improved speeds and resolutions) have left the iPad 2 behind, but that's not to say that it is not still in demand.
OnRecycle are a team of experts who work closely together with the major recyclers from around the world. The service provided is very simple for users and mirrors many of the successful price comparison websites found on the internet today. Due to the effective relationships that we have with recyclers, we provide a service that helps you to locate not only the best price for your unwanted products, but also enables you to see the ratings, payment methods, and how quickly it takes for each company to make payment to you. So, whatever your reason for selling, we can provide you with a speedy solution to suit your requirements. So, you might be wondering, how does our service work?
How OnRecycle Works
To receive a quotation for your iPad 2, all that users need to do is type in the product at the top of the page. Having done so, a list will appear of the available range of related products (e.g. different size models). Click on your model, and a new screen appears with a list of prices. What is unique about our service, is that we don't just get you prices for working models. Even if you have a damaged iPad 2, just click on the 'broken' button at the top of the screen, and a list of prices will appear. We are always surprised to see how much you can still receive for broken models!
On this screen, you can also select the version of iPad 2 that you have (either the 16, 32 or 64 GB models). Once you have finished filtering, you can then select from the range of options that appear below. At this stage, you are under no obligation to sell, and you have the company information for the one you might choose.
Please note that we recommend that you look at other factors rather than just the company offering you the largest price. Look at how quickly you will be paid, and how. In addition, have you heard of the company offering you the price? Take the time to read some reviews online, and you can check that you are doing business with a reputable provider who is true to their word.
Once you have found a supplier, click on the 'sell now' button and you will be transferred to another screen. Some suppliers will prefer to deal with you directly (you will be transferred to their site), others have allowed OnRecycle to take the hassle from them, and you will sell through our secure site. It really is that simple!
About The iPad 2
The iPad 2 is a tablet product, released by Apple in March 2011. It was launched alongside the 'Facetime' application, and the device's 720p rear-facing camera was designed with Facetime calling in mind. Online communication via video link-up is still extremely popular today, and Facetime is an easy method to speak to your friends and loved ones around the world, as though they are in the same room as you!
As the title suggests, the iPad 2 is the second model in the popular iPad range. What made the iPad 2 such a popular purchase, was its light build structure which allows users to transport the device comfortably and easily. For other applications, such as: browsing the internet; playing games or reading e-books; the iPad 2's weight makes it extremely comfortable and enjoyable to do so. This, coupled with the 9.7 inch display, makes using the iPad 2 extremely enjoyable, taking away weighty laptops whilst retaining the high-quality resolution (1024 x 768 px).
Upgraded from the first iPad model, the device's A5 dual core processor was introduced for the first time in the iPad 2 and received positive reviews from around the world upon its release. Its success can also be measured by the fact that the A5 went on to power the iPhone 4S, the iPod Touch (fifth generation), Apple TV (third generation) and the iPad mini.
A further improvement from the first model, was the iPad 2's long-lasting battery. In fact, it even has a longer-lasting battery life than subsequent models which might be one of the reasons why many people have chosen to hang on their device. If users wanted to use the iPad 2 for long car journeys (perfect for keeping the children entertained!) or were simply fed up with having to charge their iPad so regularly, the iPad 2 was a welcome addition.
The iPad 2 was the first and only iOS device to be able to run 6 major versions of iOS (from 4 – 9) which shows how popular the product was. Apple clearly wanted to keep users up to date with the ongoing improvements and updates that they make, and allowing the iPad 2 to be able to do this is a sign of their faith in the model. The device was even taken to the International Space Station in 2011, which is symbolic of the evolutionary progress the model made!
If you have made the decision to upgrade your iPad 2, and want the cheapest, easiest method of doing so, look no further than OnRecycle. Even if you just want a quotation at this stage: search and see how easy it is!