Identify your iPad by referring to the model number printed on the back of your device
IPAD MODEL NUMBERS:
1st Generation: Model A1337 or A1219 (no camera). 2nd generation: Model A1396, A1397, or A1395 (camera and 30-pin connector) 3rd generation: Model A1430, A1403 or A1416 (Siri, HD camera, 30-pin connector). 4th generation: Model A1460, A1459, or A1458 (retina display and lighting connector) iPad Mini: Model A1455, A1454 or A1432 (7.9" screen) iPad Air: Model A1474 or A1475 (lightning cable)
How Do I Tell My iPad's Capacity?
1. Simply navigate to Settings > General > About. 2. Scroll down to the Capacity section. Here you will see the gigabytes (GB) of your iPad.
NOTE The total capacity might not be reflected correctly if you have used part of your GB capacity for files or apps already. The most accurate way to see the capacity is after wiping your iPad. If you have a 16GB iPad for example you might see 15.5 GB.
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Apple released the 2nd Generation of its signature tablet, the iPad, in March of 2011. The iPad 2 featured a camera which supported Facetime, and was available in 2 colors: black or white. The storage capacity was the as its predecessor: 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB. The iPad 2 was one of Apple's most popular releases and was not discounted until 2014. It still supports the latest IOS version of 8.1.3 as of March 2015. In the US, the Apple A1395 version was released as the WiFi only edition. Apple also released two versions with additional 3G connectivity for AT&T, model A1396, and Verizon, model A1397. The iPad 2 still carries a high trade in value for a product that is already over four years old.
Where To Sell my iPad 2?
BuyBackWorld's iPad trade in program pays you top dollar for your new, used, screen cracked, broken, or water damaged iPad 2. To sell an iPad 2, first select the connectivity and then storage capacity of the device you are selling. Finally, choose the condition that best describes your device for an accurate iPad 2 trade in value. If you are satisfied with the upfront price quote to exchange your used iPad for money, complete the checkout process and mail in your device. Check around your home for other Apple products you may wish to sell since you can include these in your shipment to us. Our Apple trade-in program also pays you cash to sell your new or used Macbooks, iPods, iMacs, iPhones, Apple TV media streamers, Thunderbolt Displays, and Apple accessories. Once your device is received and verified by our quality control team, it will be data wiped and restored to factory settings. You will receive an e-mail update when the selling process is complete and your cash payment will be issued by check or through Paypal within a few days.