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Apple iPad with Retina Display MD510LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black) 4th Generation
Size: 16 GBShape: Wi-FiColor: BlackChange
Price:$398.99+Free shipping with Amazon Prime
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2012
My wife absolutely loves her new iPad. There isn't much you can't do with it and its borderline addictive. If your considering buying one. My suggestion is to stop waisting time and just get one. You will absolutely love it. However, look for deals. We found 2 for our kids at target and saved $120. Definitely shop around for it.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on February 27, 2014
I purchased this unit(new) in Oct 2013 and by Feb 2014 it no longer works. Ii have been told from supplier to Amazon that the warranty is one(1) month. I am extremely disappointed. Be careful when you purchase products through Amazon, that you know the warranty period, so you can make an informed decision.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2014
Not "Brand New" as described. They sell "Refurbished" when they advertise it as "Brand New".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on April 23, 2015
I really like the iPad and would have liked to give a 5 star rating, but the charging cable they sent with it was warn and gave intermittent connection. (see photo) After a few days the cable failed completely. I made two attempts to contact the seller to request a new cable but they ignored both requests. So I just went out and bought my own cable.

The iPad was in very good condition, better than I had expected. The face was perfect, no scratches and very minor wear on the back side.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Beware buyer... This used to be a pretty good companion to life but with IOS-7 I'm thinking about smashing it with a hammer. I really was going to upgrade to an IPad with larger internal storage but have SERIOSLY changed my mind. I have been an IPad user since the first generation. This retina display 64 is my 4th IPad and the pad itself is great but the operating system is now AWFUL.The keyboard is frustrating with many quirks. He functions operate at a much slower speed, the battery life is greatly diminished, with the new calendar app you may as well just use an old paper day timer. Safari takes longer to load up internet pages....and much more. The new upgrade is a farce and I will not buy another iPhone (on my 5th) or iPad again. Once these are gone, I will not replace them. My suggestion would be to learn another operating system. Androids are cheaper, and I've found my Kindle to be a new companion and easier to use since IOS-7. The system used to be very user friendly and actually kinda classy looking, but now it's design takes after operating in an old Windows computer in SAFE mode 24-7. And who wants that. It is absolutely NOT visually stimulating at all. We went from a classy Cadillac Made In the USA look to a cheap Chinese knockoff. Again, buy something else.... Apple has stepped into the Microsoft realm of hated upgrades....
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on November 7, 2013
First let me say I own several Apple products. I own iPhones and iPad 2. I bought the ipad 4 because of the price drops when the air was announced. I think we all can recognize that the Ipad as well as most tablets wont replace laptops and won't replace the PC or Mac for work. I use my ipad for entertainment and web and email and photos. The retina display is no big deal and actually makes photos look worse. I found many references to this in other reviews, but really did not believe for myself until I compared side by side with ipad 2. Mostly photos taken with camera phones of loer pixels look horrible on ipad 4 but good or even great on ipad 2. I am not impressed with the increased processor speed, as you really would not notice it anyway unless you play video games. I do not. Overall, there is really no discernible benefit to spend the money and replace an ipad 2. Of course if you did not own an ipad before, or owned the original, I highly recommend ipad over other tablets. I have owned and used many android based, and the Apple iOS I find better and much more stable. I give three stars solely based on the fact I don't see significant improvement between ipad 2 and 4 and the retina display is not a big deal,for web, email and apps. I might have been better to wait till my ipad 2 died and purchased the air .
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on June 8, 2013
I bought one of these and it worked great for 6 months.

However it simply died withou reason. Now this should upset most people and frankly I did not like I either. But I went to an apple store and they simple gave me a new one.

No questions, no demands for receipts or the original box of the product. Absolutely nothing.

That's what I call an amazing customer service!!!!!
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32 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2012
this is an awesome tablet! i'm spoiled by it. it is so compact but sturdy without being bulky. it loads really fast. i have watched my netflix movies on it and the picture quality is beautiful. it's so crisp. the lightning fast charge cable works great when i use the adapter. however, when i plug it up to my dell laptop, it reads "not charging" but it's actually charging very slowly. not sure if this is a common problem with the ipad or if it's just mine. other than that, no problems so far! it takes much better pics than the previous version of ipad thanks to the retina display. i just love it! i'm going to get case for it so that i can travel with it. fortunately, it can fit in my purse and i won't have to lug my heavy laptop anymore in my backpack or satchel...phew so much easier on my back! i recommend this to students or anyone that is looking for a tablet with great quality and ease of use
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Purchased Apple iPad with Retina Display MD512LL/A (64GB, Wi-Fi, Black)
on April 8 and by June 1st the battery would no longer hold a charge.
Dealing with Apple since the seller only had a 30 day return policy, and Apple has not been very honest in the way they are dealing with things.
Until they correct the problem I can not give a good review on this item at all!
The battery does not hold a charge, the iPad get hot to the touch.
A fully charged battery at midnight is down to 2% by 7am.
Apple says their diagnostic shows the battery is fine.
What a joke! Contacting my CC company to see what my remedies are now.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2013
I purchased two iPads, one for my mom and one for myself. My mom absolutely loves hers, but I absolutely hate mine. She's terminally ill so does not leave home. I travel extensively for work, and therein lies the difference.
The tablets have no issues on home networks or well-maintained networks like at Starbucks, but can't connect to most public networks like in airports or hotels. Like most Apple products, there are no detailed error messages to help diagnose the problem. The log on pages for these networks simply don't appear.
There are a host of online posts complaining of this problem. Some are able to fix the issue by disabling Autofill in Safari, resetting netwok connections, etc., but others like me have met with no success. I have years of development experience and am by no means a novice when it comes to computers; the WiFi capabilities of this device are just very poorly designed.
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