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Sell your Apple iPad 2 16GB Wi-Fi
The world of social interaction has been opened up with the development of computer tablets, and of course Apple were quick off the mark with their iPads. Despite a proliferance of tablets from other manufacturers, the iPad is by far the most popular tablet. The fact that they're in such high demand means that if you have an iPad to sell, you're going to get a much better price for it than a tablet of similar age but from another manufacturer.
The Apple iPad 2 was released a year after the original iPad and offered more speed, more memory and the addition of both a front and back camera. Not only was it one of the most eagerly awaited tablets of the year, but it still remains popular today. For one, it's noticeably thinner than the original iPad but it's still comfortable to hold and evenly weighted, plus it's got amazing battery life meaning that it's less likely to run out of steam just when you need it most. The screen's retained the pixel resolution of the original, plus it looks great, even when reduced to 50% brightness to conserve its battery. The two cameras, one rear facing and one forward facing, when used with the included FaceTime app, make video conferencing easy, plus they can also shoot stills and video. Of course, as it's the WiFi version, GPS isn't included, however you can use the portable hotspot feature in your iPhone to share its connection.
To sell your iPad 2 16GB to a phone recycler, simply choose a price from the comparison table above and order your sales pack. Once you've sent off your iPad in the pre-paid packaging supplied you just have to wait for the cash to reach your account. In the case of the majority of our phone recyclers, that's usually the day that they receive your package at their premises. Plus, as you can see from the chart, you get a choice of payment options ranging from cheques to vouchers, so you can choose the method that best suits you.
Of course, if your iPad is damaged or broken you can still sell it to a recycler, although the amount of damage will determine the price they're prepared to pay.