The prices haven't changed: http://www.apple.com/pr/library/201...r-2-The-Thinnest-Most-Powerful-iPad-Ever.htmlI checked that.. how much was the price for Air 2 in 2014?
The prices haven't changed: http://www.apple.com/pr/library/201...r-2-The-Thinnest-Most-Powerful-iPad-Ever.html
There's no new model this year. The iPad Air 2 remains the latest iteration.
Did Apple reduced price for iPad Air 2 this year? Is it still a good buy considering its year old?
Glad we agree.And the Air 2 is still current-level hardware. It makes more sense to think of it as 2015 hardware introduced in 2014. Nothing in iOS-land put any stress on the Air 2 last year and that's still true this year. For comparison, this year's Mini 4 (a great iPad) has a dual core A8 SoC compared to the three core A8X in the Air 2.
Ok..that's what I was wondering. So Apple didn't follow the same trend as for iPhone - reducing the price of the previous year's model.
If you're willing to forgo the cellular radio, many authorized Apple resellers have been offering the Air 2 at substantial discount. Staples was selling theirs for $150 off recently. The black friday deals should be awesome as it's a '1 year old device' at this point. I know there's many here who dispute this, but Air 2 runs iOS 9 even better than the 'new' Mini 4...
Yes, there was even a poster here claiming a Mini 2 'felt the same' as his Air 2, which is ludicrous...
Check on Craigslist and see if you can find a new or sealed iPad Air 2 for cheap. I was able to pick up a 16GB model (sealed) for $280 about two weeks ago
16GB is too small these days. Does the 16, 62 or the 128GB model decrease in value the most?