iPad 2 buried in Apple’s graveyard
iPad 2 buried in Apple’s graveyard. Apple iPad 2 has been added to its list of “vintage and obsolete products.”
Apple has recently announced that the iPad 2 has been added to its list of “vintage and obsolete products.” This means that the company will no longer provide hardware service or components for both versions of the iPad 2, including the Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi/cellular models. However, customers in California and Turkey will still be able to get hold of service and components for their iPad 2.
The iPad 2 was announced by the late Steve Jobs in March 2011, during a keynote presentation. Jobs, who was on medical leave at the time, surprised the audience with his appearance. Unfortunately, Jobs died in October of that year after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
The iPad 2 was a significant improvement over its predecessor, the original iPad, and helped to solidify Apple’s position in the tablet market. It was thinner, lighter, and faster than the original iPad, and featured front and rear-facing cameras, which allowed users to take photos and make video calls.
At the time of its release, the iPad 2 was priced at $499 for the 16GB model with Wi-Fi connectivity. For an additional $130, customers could opt for a model with 3G connectivity. The iPad 2 was also available in 32GB and 64GB storage capacities.
The iPad 2 debuted at $499 with 16GB of storage and a Wifi connection. A 3G mobile connection costs an additional $130.
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