p>There are many reasons why you should consider selling your used iPad. More and more often people are finding themselves using their smartphone or laptop more frequently than their tablets. For many, their smartphone is the device they use during the daytime, and it has more of their apps and data stored on it.
Online learning and working from home have both grown significantly. Many people are finding themselves in need of an iPad so they can use it for school and even business. If you travel a lot, an iPad can be a great tool to have with you. They’re great for watching movies, playing games, reading articles or ebooks, and learning.
If your dust-collecting iPad can get to a student, this would be well worth you selling it off. At the end of the day, there’s no real point in keeping a device that you don’t use. Our houses are filled with tons of items that we don’t use, so there’s no real point to forward and keep stuff that we don’t need.
If your device happens to be cracked or broken, and chances are you are using it less and less you can turn that broken iPad and do some cash that you can use for a nice dinner for your family, or to pay some bills, or the stash away in savings. It’s not doing any good sitting inside your nightstand degrading.
It is highly recommended that you don’t let your iPad sit stagnantly, collecting dust. If it sits for a while, the battery can degrade and get to the point where it is no longer usable. If you have to leave your iPad sitting around for a while, we recommend you charge the battery to at least an 85% charge for best battery longevity.
This will help mitigate any kind of risk of it getting to the point where it will not power on again in the future. When batteries are stored empty, they lose capacity and ability to charge up. A used iPad that has a good functioning battery can be worth a good bit of money. A cracked iPad can also be worth some money to a buyer that has the capabilities of refurbishing a device.
Whatever your use for your iPad maybe, taking basic precautions like making sure the battery does not stay empty will ensure the longevity of your tablet, whether you decide to keep it or sell it. If you decide to sell it it make sure you do so responsibly and safely, as there are many folks out there that need a good working device to help them with their day-to-day tasks.Photo by Patricia Prudente on Unsplash