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Where to Find the Best Prices for Apple iPad
When it comes to buying an Apple iPad, you want to make sure you get the best deal possible. With so many retailers offering iPads at different prices, it can be hard to know where to look for the best deals. Here are some tips on where to find the best prices for an Apple iPad.
Online shopping is a great way to find the best prices for an Apple iPad. Sites like Amazon and eBay often have competitive prices, and they often offer free shipping as well. You can also check out websites like Best Buy and Walmart, which often have sales on iPads. Be sure to compare prices between different retailers before making a purchase, as they may offer different deals depending on where you shop.
Take Advantage of Discounts
Many retailers offer discounts on iPads from time to time, so be sure to take advantage of these offers when they come up. You can also look for coupon codes or special promotions that may be available online or in stores. Additionally, if you’re a student or educator, you may be eligible for discounts through Apple’s Education Store.
Check Out Refurbished Models
If you’re looking for a more affordable option, consider buying a refurbished model of an Apple iPad. Refurbished models are typically cheaper than new models and they come with a warranty in case anything goes wrong with your purchase. You can find refurbished iPads at sites like Amazon or eBay, as well as at stores like Best Buy and Walmart.
Finding the best price for an Apple iPad doesn’t have to be difficult if you know where to look. Shopping online is often the best way to get the most bang for your buck, but don’t forget about discounts and refurbished models as well. With a little bit of research, you should be able to find the perfect iPad at a price that fits your budget.
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Can I get Microsoft Powerpoint on iPad 2? PLEASE HELP!
Hi whoever is reading this, (hopefully someone who can help me)
I'm doing a presentation and I was wondering if it was possible to get Microsoft Powerpoint on iPad 2? If not, Keynote is like Powerpoint, right? If it is, can you put pictures and photos on to Keynote that are saved on your Mac? Like, insert photos saved on your Mac into a slide?
PLEASE ANSWER!!!!!!!! IN DESPERATE NEED OF HELP!!!! DUE ON THE 25TH OF MARCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (It's for a Chinese school).
Posted on Mar 11, 2012 12:26 AM
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Mar 11, 2012 12:31 AM in response to bibi557
Microsoft would need to provide an iOS compatible version of PowerPoint, which they have not done.
Keynote is the Apple equivalent of PowerPoint, and much better.
You can transfer photos from your Mac to your iPad via the iTunes sync process.
Mar 11, 2012 12:33 AM in response to bibi557
Microsoft haven't made app versions of any of their office programs, so you can't get Powerpoint itself.Keynote supports Powerpoint files, as do :
Documents To Go Premium (on-line help here )
QuickOffice HD (they have a manual for their app here )
Mar 11, 2012 12:37 AM in response to Allan Sampson
But to use the latest version of Keynote available on the App Store, one needs to have iOS 5.1 installed. I did that but now my iPad 2 does not connect to the Internet through 3G. It works only through wifi!
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It's possible to install older apps on an iOS device IF you also have a current device on your Apple account. I use this all the time for my ancient devices, like a first generation iPad.
Go to the App Store on the new device and get the current version of the app. Once it's installed it shows up on your list of installed apps on your Apple account. Then open the App Store on your older device, find the same app and try to install it. The App Store will inform you that the current version can't be installed, but it also asks if you want to install an older version. Choose Yes and the last compatible version will be installed on your iPad Mini.
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