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Apple’s new iPads are cheaper than ever – if you’re a student

29
May
2014

Apple has included its iPads in the Apple Store for Education section, 9to5Mac reports, meaning that buyers who are either working or studying in higher education can purchase a new iPad Air or iPad mini for less than their regular prices. In the U.S., prices for the iPad mini, Retina iPad mini and iPad 4 start at $20 below regular cost, while the iPad Air purchased with education pricing costs $30 less. That means 16GB Wi-Fi versions of Apple’s four iPads available in its online and retail stores will cost $279, $379, $379, and $469, respectively. The same discounts are available for any other iPad models purchased from Apple. The deals will be available both in the U.S. and in international

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