Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) related to buying bulk iPads
Do you have different iPad models available?
If you are looking for a different model, Meeting Tomorrow offers business leases for iPad rentals. Contact us for a quote on iPad rentals for events.
Are you selling any other devices?
Yes! We have bulk quantities of used and refurbished Apple iPhones and iPods available for purchase.
Do you offer a warranty?
Yes! Our bulk iPads have a 12 month exchange warranty. If you have an issue, we’ll send you an overnight exchange unit.
How much is shipping?
We offer FREE ground shipping within the continental United States. For different delivery service, please discuss with a Meeting Tomorrow account representative.
What’s the minimum order size?
The minimum order size for purchasing iPads in bulk is (10) units.
What comes with the iPads?
Each iPad includes a charging wall adapter with USB cable and a protective cover. Please note that charging cables are a mix of apple and 3rd party.
Can the iPads be shipped out immediately?
Yes, they are ready to go!
What OS / apps / files are on the iPads?
All iPads are reset to factory default settings and shipped with the latest iOS version.
How much is tax?
Tax is not included in the pricing and varies depending on the shipping destination.
What condition are the iPads in?
Our iPads are in good used condition. They are fully functional with minor cosmetic wear and tear.
Why are you selling large quantities of iPads?
We have been renting iPads nationwide since they were launched in 2010. While upgrading our stock, we naturally have older model iPads that we’d like to sell and remove from our inventory.
Where are you located?
We’re located in Chicago but we do business nationwide. Bulk iPad sales are available with delivery throughout the country.
Are refurbished iPads any good?
Yes! Refurbished iPads provide a great value compared to buying new. Buying iPads in bulk gets you quality units at a lower price. Most of our iPads are not refurbished, they are used and in good cosmetic and functional condition.
Sources: iPad Wiki Page