The iPad Air 2 may be available now, but for anyone that doesn’t need the latest generation tablet, and prefers to save some money, there’s a deal available for one day that might be of interest to potential buyers.
In June of 2014, Wikipad confirmed that its Gamevice tablet controller would be coming to the iPad lineup, specifically built for the iPad mini. Some things have changed since then, while the company has also managed to officially reveal a launch date and starting price.
Earlier in 2014, the UK-based retailer Phones4U announced that it was entering administration, the United Kingdom’s equivalent to bankruptcy, and as a result had to cancel all of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus preorders.
Apple’s iPad tablets will be a big hit this holiday shopping season with most recent versions of the tablet featured as doorbuster deals at several major retailers. A wide variety of iPads are on sale this year, including the new iPad Air 2 and Retina mini 3. Check out our handy list of iPad Black Friday sales before you head out shopping.
Apple refreshed the iPad lineup yesterday with a brand new iPad Air and a brand new iPad mini. Just like every year, Apple will continue to sell older generation iPads at a reduced price. Given the variety of choices in the iPad lineup, here’s our guide to help you select the iPad that’s best suited to you.
The news cycle may be focusing on what’s coming from Apple in the form of the iPad Air 2 and its rumored 2GB of RAM, but for anyone who might be in the market for an iPad Air right now, Best Buy might have a deal that’s just for you.