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Apple refurbs: iPads starting at $319
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 @ 1:02pm

At Apple's online store today, buyers can save on refurbished iPads and iPods. The refurbished iPad 2 with Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage space has been reduced by 20 percent to $319 and is available in white or black. For $379, they can upgrade to the third-generation iPad with Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage space. The second-generation iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G in white or black has seen a $130 discount to $400.



Third-generation refurbished iPads with Wi-Fi and 32GB of storage have been cut to $469 after a $80 price drop. The refurbished iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G and 64GB of storage space is $579 in white or black. For $779, buyers can upgrade to the third-generation iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular and 64GB of storage. Currently the 8GB iPod nano (6th gen) is $99 after a $30 price drop, or $119 for the 16GB configuration. A variety of iPod touch models start at $149 for the 8GB fourth-generation iPod Touch and go up to $279 for the fourth-generation 64GB iPod Touch.

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