Apple now has refurbished iPad Airs for $419 for 16 GB and $509 for 32 GB. As always, this comes with a year of AppleCare, new shell and a new battery. As 9to5Mac points out, Wal-Mart does have refurbished iPads for lower prices, but it doesn't come with AppleCare.
Other news from Friday afternoon includes:
- A minor update to the Apple Store app includes in-store in-app notifications for the iPhone version thanks to iBeacon technology being deployed and gift-card purchasing for the iPad version.
- 9to5Mac noted that Serbia and Lebanon will be gaining the iPhone, along with Canadian carrier Vidéotron.
- Macworld has a great look at the release of the new "Veronica Mars" movie to Kickstarter backers and how it only made people even more angry with the UltraViolet distribution method.
And kick back with these features:
- Titanfall developer wants to see game on OS X
- Here's a neat new physics feature in iOS 7.1 control center
- Is it too early to call Facebook Paper a failure?
- Help a child in need by not touching your iPhone
- Dear Apple, please let us delete whole albums from our iPhones again