Here’s how well older iPads have held their value ahead of next week’s iPad Pro launch
It was all eyes on the iPad today during Apple's media event at the Howard Gillman Opera House, part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, at which the company made a variety of much-anticipated hardware announcements. We got word about new iPads, new Macs and more, one of the most exciting announcements being the arrival of an all-new iPad Pro with an edge-to-edge display that carries Apple's "Liquid Retina" branding, among other features. Orders start today, with availability beginning November 7th -- ahead of which the trade-in value of older iPad models is likely to increase as customers look to upgrade to the newer version of the tablet.
With that in mind, tech buy-back site Decluttr is out with a look at iPad depreciation data and trade-in values -- a roundup that shows among other things that 4G iPad variants don't seem to be holding their value as well as the WiFi-only models.
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Here’s how well older iPads have held their value ahead of next week’s iPad Pro launch originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 30 Oct 2018 at 16:31:09 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.