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    Sell your iPad 2 for cash

    Please select your Apple iPad 2 trade-in price

    Please select a carrier
    Select the network carrier your device is on, this is usually at the top of the screen or found in the device settings under carrier.
    Please select your storage size
    Select the storage size for your device, this is usually found in the phone settings menu. Typically under the general or about sub menus
    Please select your devices condition
    Select the condition of the device, we recommend paying close attention and select the option that honesty applies to your device.
    Good Condition:
    • Your device powers on with no software issues
    • All buttons, ports, camera, Wi-Fi and touchscreen work
    • No cosmetic damage to the screen, case or water damage
    Damaged Condition:
    • Has cosmetic damage to the screen or casing
    • Your device does not power on or has software issues
    • Has functional issues with buttons, ports, touchscreen or software

    How to sell your iPad 2 using BankMyCell

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    About Your iPad 2 Resale Device

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    Your iPad 2 Trade-in Value

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    Identifying your iPad 2 for Trade-in

    The iPad 2 you’re selling was one of Apple’s original tablets to hit the market in March 2011, available in Wi-Fi and 3G. Visually, the iPad 2 had a metallic back and sides with a scratch resistant glass screen, measuring 9.7 inches and rendering a 768 by 1024 pixel resolution. The Apple iPad 2 you’re selling for cash was also a bit of a lump, weighing in at 21.1 Oz and measuring 9.50 by 7.31 by 0.35 in.

    Whether you’re trading in your iPad 2 Wi-Fi only or iPad 2 3G and Wi-Fi model, most the specifications are the same between both devices. You will need to select either the 16GB / 32GB / 64GB version of your iPad to get the most accurate quote. If you’re unsure of the storage size of your iPad 2, simply power it up and check the settings tab > about and depending on the iOS version of the operating system the size will be in there.

    The cameras were not a focal point of the original iPads although the iPad 2 you’re recycling for cash did have a rear 0.7 megapixel camera, however the front selfie camera was only 0.3 MP - although it is a bit weird when you see people using massive tablets as cameras, so no great loss!

    What to do before you sell your device

    • Backup your data/photos/settings
    • Perform a factory reset in settings
    • Remove iCloud from your device
    • Remove cases/SD cards/accessories
    • Give your device a quick clean
    iPad 2 Key Features
    GENERAL
    • Brand Apple
    • Release Date March 2011
    • Security Password
    • Weight 6930mAh Li-Po
    • Battery 3450mAh Li-Ion
    • Alternate Names Apple iPad Wi-Fi
    • Carriers AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile etc.
    CAMERA
    • Camera (Front) 0.3 MP (Mega Pixels)
    • Camera (Rear) 0.7 MP (Mega Pixels)
    SCREEN
    • Screen Size 9.7 Inch Screen
    • Screen Resolution 768 x 1024 pixels
    PLATFORM
    • Operating System (OS) iOS 4
    • Chipset 512MB RAM, Apple A5
    • Internal Memory 16GB / 32GB / 64GB

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