It seems Apple has started its iPad trade-in program in European shores as well, which give users the ability to recycle their old iPad models for a credit, and utilize it to purchase a new iPad.
Previously, the program kicked off in Canada and United States last month, but it’s good to see Apple is offering the services in other regions as well.
The Apple iPad trade in program has been available in the US for some time, and now Apple is expanding the service to a number of European countries.
Apple is now offering the ability to trade in your iPad when you purchase a new device in the UK, France, Germany and Spain in their retail stores.
Apple and Samsung recently finished their latest court case, but the two companies still work together, even though they have been through a number of court cases over the last two years, and according to a recent report, the top supplier of the Apple iPad display is Samsung.
According to research company Display Search, the top supplier of iPad display in the first quarter of 2014 was Samsung, and the company apparently supplied 62 percent of the 9.7 inch displays for the iPad Air.
The iPad is, by far, the most software-rich tablet out there. We’ve been creating Best iPad Apps lists for years now, but this is something new. We’ve completely rewritten and recreated our master list of fantastic iPad apps. In the pages ahead, you’ll find more than 100 of our faves, from Amazon Instant to Zite, with more to come! We’ll add new apps on a regular basis and tweak this article to help you find apps in any category you need. Each main category page is split into subcategories too, so you can find the best apps for Turn-by-turn navigation just as easily as ones for transit directions. It’s all right here. Let us know what you think in the comments section, or suggest something we’ve missed!
(Be sure to check out our other hot new Apps lists, too: Best iPhone Apps, Best Android Apps, and Best Android Tablet Apps.)