That definitely implies that in fact the minor touch-ups might not serve as a "ticket" to have any user obtain a full transition to the vibrant, newer and of course more capable iPad Air 2.
Apple is purportedly replacing broken iPad 4 models with new iPad Air 2 units.
If your device is broken and you've sent it over to Apple for replacement, you are in for luck as the newer device has so many goodies compared to the aged variant. Apple Insider has clarified that this is not a hard-line policy from Apple, rather store managers can decide if an in-stock iPad 4, iPad Air, or iPad Air 2 is used as a replacement for servicing. As it would depend on factors such as availability of stocks in specific regions, or if your iPad 4 qualifies for a free upgrade.
The move to replace the broken units at the cost of the service fix is at the discretion of the store managers.
Patriots star Malcolm Buter signs restricted free agent tender
The reason? Butler was not under contract and couldn't be shipped anywhere by the Patriots until after he signed his tender. It looks like Jimmy Garoppolo will be playing 2017 with the Patriots.
'Mother of all bombs' killed 94 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials say
The massive bomb terrified villagers 20 miles away across the border in Pakistan with a blast they described as earsplitting. The statement said it is the responsibility of Afghans, not the USA , to remove the Islamic State group from the country.
Uber may be forced to add one of Lyft's best features
NY officials are trying to force the ride-sharing app to include a tipping option after a petition was signed by 11,000 drivers. The company is putting a good face on the TLC's decision, though a spokeswoman noted that it has yet to see the actual rules.
According to Apple Insider, the iPad 4 could also be replaced by the 2017 iPad in rare cases. The iPad Air 2 16 GB and 64 GB models were discontinued earlier.
REUTERS/Mike SegarAn employee carries a stack of new Apple iPad Air tablets inside the Apple Store on New York's fifth avenue after the new iPad went on sale Friday, November 1, 2013. It is now simply named "iPad". Launching mid-ranged high-end devices are the only way to encourage tablet users to abandon their devices and grab a new one. Bump it up to $459 and you'll get cellular connectivity on top of Wi-Fi. Although the company didn't reveal any specific information about the iPad Pro Mini, but it seems that 9.7-inchs model can be considered as a mini version of iPad Pro 2.
Apple aims to rebrand their Ipad air2with this new launch.
However, while there is a bit of catch, this is still potentially a great way to get a free upgrade. Do you have an erring fourth-generation iPad that's in dire in need of fix? Feel free to sound off in the comments section below, as always.