Mods, if this is in the wrong thread, please move it. Thanks! Firstly, I am planning on buying an iPad Air 2 (64GB) on Friday for my own personal use. Just yesterday, my school sent all students/parents an email announcing the new iPad program for the 2015-2016 school year. First, the students/parents are required to buy a 32GB iPad Air (at the minimum) to use for schoolwork. At this point, I was thinking that I would just use the Air 2 I am planning to buy, until I read the next line of the email. The iPad that is owned by the students/parents must have this AirWatch management app on it, which I am totally not fine with. I checked out this management app on their website, and it appears to give them WAY too much control over the device, which is not ok. It's not that I'm doing anything wrong, but I just expect privacy on a device that is not owned by the school. So now I have thought this through, and it seems that the best thing for me to do is to have two separate iPads. I'd rather not login to my iCloud account, allow them to restrict apps and settings, etc and them see what I've been doing, so keeping the "professional" and "personal" aspects of my device usage separate seems like the best thing to do for my privacy. What I would like to do is purchase an iPad Air 2, 64GB for personal usage, and get an iPad Air (first gen, 32GB) for the lowest price possible for school. I was looking on the Apple refurbished store and saw one (Air 1) for $389, but would like to know where/how it would be possible to get one for a cheaper price, preferably from Apple/an authorized reseller. Finally, does anyone have any experience with the "AirWatch" app/"management" system? Any extra info would be appreciated. Thanks!