Apr 19, 2017 01:32 AM EDT
Apple, Apple Stores, and Authorized Service Providers teamed up today. They combined to replace old Fourth Gen iPad with iPad Air 2.
Macrumors reported, that Apple may possibly replace a customer's broken and old fourth generation iPad at Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers. An internal memo was recently distributed by Apple last week indicating that the company may replace the Fourth-Generation iPad with an iPad Air 2.
The memo explained that starting March 30, the Fourth-Generation iPad may be substituted with an iPad Air 2. However, the substitution will only be possible after Apple Authorized Service Centers and Stores have approved a substitution to take place. The memo added, "Please note the substitute part's colors and capacity to ensure the customer understands what their replacement iPad whole unit will be.
Meanwhile, according to ValueWalk, not all Fourth Generation of iPad units are eligible for replacement. The condition of the 4th Generation of iPad still varies whether it can be subjected to replacement. And for those fortunate enough, the iPad Air 2 specs would sport a new gold color with 128GB storage and 32GB models.
Additionally, for 4th Generation iPad users who is at the same time and AppleCare holder, might get an amazing upgrade. But, in such condition, wherein the old or broken 4th Generation iPad was not approved for replacement, then it would be better to buy the latest iPad Air 2 from Apple.
The 4th Generation iPad was released in 2012, thus, in nearly five years or less of usage, then it's the best option to replace it with an iPad Air 2 depending upon the case and condition. On the other hand, the 9.7-inch version of iPad Air 2 was released last March and will keep the supplies until the 4th Generation of iPad had run out. Besides, the fans who would agree for the replacement of their 4th Generation iPad will save funds for the iPad Air 2 was priced $329.