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‘iPad Air 3’ Release Date & Features, Apple ‘iPad Air 2’ Huge $250 Discount on eBay

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Newly received information regarding the release date and features of "iPad Air 3" have been circulating around the internet. As well as the discounted price of "iPad Air 2."

As the second iteration of "iPad Air 3" was dropped in October 2014, the release date of the latest variant of the Apple's Slimline tablet was supposedly in October 2015. But, the upcoming device was not materialized. However, in September 2015, Apple Inc. instead unleashed the different variants of the Apple tablet.

Many fans were depressed as they expected the tech giant to unleash the upcoming gadget during the recent Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). But, the technology company did not even mention the long-rumored device at the conference, Christian Daily reported.

But, Apple gadget users still got their hopes up for the "iPad Air 3" without being affected by the lack of information on when the release date is going to be. However, a lot of individuals began speculating about the next possible launch date, Breathe Cast reported.

It has been speculated that the forthcoming gadget will be slimmer compared to the "iPad Air 2." And the specs of the upcoming generation "iPad tablet" computer designed is assumed that would be much more powerful than "iPad Air 2," as the rumored device might run with the operating system - iOS 10.

However, eBay has cut down the price of "iPad Air 2" by $250, EBay has now listed the gadget for $449.99. Where the original price of the device used to be $699.99. There are already 24 discounted units have been sold, with the opportunity of free shipping, IB Times reported.

The the sixth-generation iPad tablet was unleashed in October 2014, and considered to be one of the slimmest tablets in the world.

E-retailers in the United States and third-party vendors are still having some stocks of the 128 gigabyte model, despite the multinational technology company has stopped selling the device.

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