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Apple - Refurbished iPad Air - 64GB - Space gray
- Model: MD787LL/A
- SKU: 5656348
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- Refurbished Apple iPad Air Wi-Fi
- Power adapter
- Lightning to USB cable
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This high-resolution screen is ideal for gaming and streaming HD content.
Store your software, apps, music, movies, photos, and more.
5MP rear camera and 1.2MP front camera with video stabilizer, tap to focus, photo and video geotagging, face detection in still images and autofocus.
Parental controls let you set time limits, filter web content and regulate app use. Plus, use your child's Apple for your own entertainment without kid-safe restrictions in Mommy/Daddy mode.
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Refurbished iPad gear deal!March 13, 2017
purchased a refurbished iPad because I couldn't afford a new one. Great buy-I love it
I would recommend this to a friend
1March 25, 2017
Totally disappointed .. they sent a charger that did not work At all.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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