Get Apple’s new iPad for just £169! How to save big on latest tablet

Get Apple's new iPad for just £169! How to save big on latest tablet


If you have an old iPad to trade in you could pick up one of the recently announced iOS tablets for as little as £169. John Lewis is running a great money-saving deal on the 2021 iPad and iPad mini – which only were officially announced a few weeks ago. The promotion means the British high street retailer will offer up to £150 worth of credit when you trade-in an old Apple tablet which can then be used towards the purchase of almost any iPad the store sells. This discount means the 64GB iPad 2021 – which usually costs £319 – can be purchased for just £169. Prices for the 2021 iPad mini start from £479, but with the potential trade-in discount that works out at £329. Along with new models getting the discount, this offer is available for a number of 2020 and 2019 iPads as well, with only a handful of iPads from last year exempt.

Any iPad purchased from John Lewis also offers a free three months worth of Apple TV+, so you'll be able to catch up on hit Apple Originals such as Ted Lasso and The Morning Show.

John Lewis also throws in a two-year guarantee, which should give you added peace of mind.

If you like the sound of this offer, then you need to act quick as you only have a few weeks left to take advantage of it.

The iPad trade-in programme runs until November 30 2021.

The 2021 iPad and the latest iPad mini were announced at the recent Apple Event held on September 14.

The new iPad mini was the biggest tablet reveal, with the pint-sized gadget receiving a complete makeover.

READ OUR FULL iPAD MINI REVIEW HERE

It's the biggest iPad redesign since the titch tablet first launched in 2012.

The new iPad mini features the same all-screen design as the iPad Air, with the home button done away with entirely.

In its place is a Touch ID button on the top right hand corner of the tablet, which lets users easily unlock the device.

The iPad mini also boasts the same square edges as the iPad Air (that were first seen on the iPhone 12) as well as same design for the rear camera.

The 2021 iPad hasn't benefitted from a similar visual overhaul, but Apple has doubled the amount of storage to 64GB and dropped the price slightly – from £329 to £319.

READ OUR FULL iPAD REVIEW HERE

This makes the most affordable iPad ever even better value for money.



Written by David Minister

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