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Mac to School Offers Recertified iPad 3s

Mac to School is now offering recertified iPad 3s to school districts.
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Mac to School is now offering recertified iPad 3s to school districts.

The recertified iPads are available for 25% less than what schools would pay buying comparable devices directly from Apple. On an average order of 300 iPads, a school or district would save more than $20,000.

Recertified iPads 2s are also available, as well as CCSS-ready MacBooks. All of Mac to School’s devices come with a one-year warranty, as well as customer service from a team of Apple Certified Technicians.

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