Loaning iPad to someone question

Discussion in 'iPad' started by bobright, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. bobright macrumors 601

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    If I want to lend out an iPad to someone they want to test drive it a couple days before they buy one. How do I go about deleting everything, then letting them install any apps or downloaded iTunes movies from their apple account is that possible? They own an Apple TV and iPhone.

    How hard would it be to delete everything would they need to know my Apple ID if they wanted to sign in with there's from a fresh restore? Would it be really complicated for them to use their Apple ID on it then delete and get my stuff back on?
     
  2. npolly0212 macrumors 65816

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    I believe you'd have to do a restore to new and let them put there account info on it
     
  3. CE3 macrumors 6502a

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    Backup all your iPad apps and data via iCloud or iTunes, and then "erase all contents and settings" so they can set up as new with their Apple ID.
     
  4. Videomanmac macrumors 6502

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    Make sure you know them very well. That iPad can easily become theirs! If they put a passcode, and FMI on there, and don't give it back, there's little you can do!
     
  5. Newtons Apple, Apr 4, 2016
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    They would have to be a very good friend or family member. A friend loaned his iPad to some one and they sat on it on the couch and bent it pretty badly. The people who sat on it had no way to pay to replace it and the owner was just plain out of luck.
     
  6. haruhiko macrumors 68040

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    I think Apple Stores and plenty of resellers have iPads for your friends to test drive it?
     
  7. joeblow7777 macrumors 601

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    Trying a display model in-store isn't the same as taking one home, installing your own apps, and living with it for a few days.
     
  8. sjleworthy macrumors 65816

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    loaning your device is all about hiding your pR0n and internet habits ;)
     
  9. RedOrchestra Suspended

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    Apple has a 14-day no questions asked return policy - your friends can do anything they like with it during that time and if they don't like it they can take it back. Best for you to stay out of it.
     
  10. ZBoater macrumors G3

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    Agreed. I wouldn't loan my iPad to my mother.
     
  11. Rafterman macrumors 68000

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    Agreed. I can't think of anything that would be more of a PITA than to have to do a backup/restore. Not to mention that backup/restores don't always get everything. App passwords, add-on content, etc often don't get backed up, meaning you have to do a lot of additional re-setup after the restore.
     

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