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Registered: ‎11-01-2012

iPad 4's

I don't see the iPad 4's listed on Best Buy's website does that mean they just have them in the retail stores?

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Re: iPad 4's

Hello 1countryboy,

 

It isn't officially labled the iPad 4. It is know as the iPad with Retina Display on our website. Most of the new models are tagged with "new!" The 2nd and 3rd generation are labled iPad 2 and iPad 3rd generation respectively, however the 4th generation does not have a number associated with it and is just known as iPad.

 

We are indeed selling the iPad with Retina Display in store and online Smiley Happy

 

Happy Shopping,

 

 

 

 

 

Douglas|Social Media Specialist | Best Buy® Corporate
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Re: iPad 4's

Ok what I should of said is I don't see any New iPads w/Retina Display WiFi only?

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Re: iPad 4's

Figured it out not all iPads don't show up under Tablets unless you specifically select iPads.

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Re: iPad 4's

Looking at Best Buy's Black Friday ad for $60 off on iPads as far as I can tell it is only for the iPad 2 and the iPad 3 Retina is this correct?

 

Is there some kind of sale on the New iPad (4th generation) Retina w/lightening connector also?

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Re: iPad 4's

At least in my store, if you buy an iPad with Retinal display, its an iPad 3, thus with the A5X processor.  The only easy way on the outside to see what you have is look at the connector.  If it's the same connector as an iPad 2, it's a 3.  If it's the new small connector used with iPhone 5, it's an iPad 4, which has the A6X processor at about twice the speed of the A5X.  At the current time, Best Buy is selling iPad 3s for the same price as an iPad 4, and no easy external marking of which is which.  I'm sure buried in the part number is an id, but I find the connector the easiest identifier.