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From the ingenious minds at Apple, this iPad mini is loaded with innovations like the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and Retina display. And it now comes in a gorgeous gold finish. Not only does it look great, it feels fantastic to use, boasting a powerful A7 chip with 64-bit architecture, an iSight camera, a FaceTime HD camera, fast wireless, iOS 8, iCloud, and up to 10 hours of battery life.

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iPad Mini Details

  • 7.9" IPS LCD capacitive touch display (Resolution: 2048 x 1536)
  • Dual-core 1.3 GHz Cyclone processor
  • 64GB internal storage
  • Apple iOS 8 operating system
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth v4.0
  • 5MP Rear-facing camera
  • Integrated rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
  • Made in China

What's Included

  • Apple iPad Mini 3
  • Lightning cable
  • Wall adapter

iPad Mini Warranty

  • 90-day limited warranty. For warranty support, please contact: 866-603-0640

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Model Number MGNV2LL

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What are refurbished items?
Refurbished products are items that have been returned by customers and then sent back to the manufacturer. Some refurbished products may have been returned because they were not working properly, while others were simply opened but the customer decided not to keep their purchase.

Do they work like new?
These items have been restored to "like-new" condition and tested by factory technicians to ensure that your product works to its capabilities. All items include the necessary accessories.

Why buy refurbished?
Buying refurbished is a fantastic way to save money, as the items are sold at a much lower cost than that of the same product, brand new. Buying refurbished also helps the environment, since you've prevented the disposal of these fully capable products.

Can I return refurbished items?
Yes! Standard EVINE Live return policy still applies.

What about the warranty?
A manufacturer's warranty may be included, so please reference our product description to find any warranty information.

What is Pre Owned - Excellent? (Grade A)

An item that is not new, but underwent rigorous testing for cosmetics¿/ functionality and is deserving of the term 'excellent'.

  • 2-3 scratches (max) that are less than 2mm in length and not deep
  • No peeling paint
  • No visible wear
  • No bent, warped or broken clips or missing screws
  • No scratches or dents that can easily be felt
  • No missing pixels or white spots on center screen
  • Good back light with no discoloration of LCD
  • Battery capacity greater than 60% in charging

*Battery capacity refers to how much of the original battery capacity has been maintained. Batteries lose capacity with use/misuse and is a regular occurrence.

What is Pre Owned? (Grade B)

An item that is not new, may show wear and tear, but is not severely damaged. Minor dents and scratches may be visible. No severe crack or thick dents.

  • Unlimited scratches provided it does not hinder visibility
  • Good back light
  • No noticeable discoloration or dead pixels on main screen
  • Battery capacity greater than 30% in charging

*Battery capacity refers to how much of the original battery capacity has been maintained. Batteries lose capacity with use/misuse and is a regular occurrence.