This week, Apple launched the first refurbished versions of the iPad mini 6 and iPad Pro M1 in its US online store. In comparison to the official cost of brand-new products, shoppers may now purchase these items in like-new condition for lower prices.
The 64GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 6 starts at $499, although the identical device is also available in a reconditioned form for $419. That’s a saving of $80. Compared to the reconditioned model, which costs $549, the Wi-Fi model with 256GB of storage costs $649. Wi-Fi + Cellular reconditioned versions are now unavailable in the store, which is a shame.
Discounts for the M1 iPad Pro start at $290 based on configuration. Costing $799 is the 11-inch M2 iPad Pro with 128GB of storage. The refurbished M1 model, on the other hand, will cost you $639. Prices for the 12.9-inch refurbished model start at $889, while the M2 iPad Pro starts at $1099.
The most recent iPad mini remaining on the market is the iPad mini 6, which was released in September 2021. It sports an LCD screen 8.3 inches in size, Touch ID integrated into the Power button, and the same A15 Bionic processor as the iPhone 13.