Apple iPad Air 2, 64 GB, Space Gray (Renewed)

(9 customer reviews)


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  • Apple iOS 8; 9.7-Inch Retina Display; 2048×1536 Resolution
  • A8X Chip with 64-bit Architecture; M8 Motion Coprocessor
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac): 16 GB Capacity: 2GB RAM
  • 8 MP iSight Camera; FaceTime HD Camera – Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life

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Additional information

Standing screen display size

‎9.7 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2048 x 1536

Max Screen Resolution

‎2048 x 1536 Pixels


‎1.5 GHz



Hard Drive

‎64 GB

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel HD Graphics

Wireless Type


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours




‎IPad Air 2

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎IOS 8

Item Weight

‎1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.5 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎11.5 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches



Rear Webcam Resolution

‎8 MP

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size

‎64 GB

Power Source

‎Corded Electric, Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

9 reviews for Apple iPad Air 2, 64 GB, Space Gray (Renewed)

  1. helen lacey

    Bought for my 6 year old son for Christmas & I noticed the other day while I put it on charge that it appears bent. From day 1 of using its been in a case (pic included) seller says it must have been immense pressure put on it for it to bend, when I asked would a 6 year old be able to put that much pressure on it, was told he doubts it but still won’t accept that it must be a defect. All I have his Amazon policy doesn’t cover you for purposely damage or water damage. So admitting that a 6 year old couldn’t Do it, but won’t accept that it aint purposely damaged. Sure won’t be buying from this seller again as I expect it to last longer then 3 weeks. (Also seller say I bought it in Nov but as stated wasn’t used by my son or anyone until Christmas day). And also had to have charge off my daughter as came with a crap charger that wouldn’t even charge ipad. Terrible service!!!! Also paying for extra insurance but that doesn’t seem to cover this. Which was purchased while ordering off here Also.

  2. RP

    I received the iPad air2 in mint condition. It arrived well packaged and with a charge cable (the case is mine).

    The iPad itself had no scratches and honestly looked good as new. I managed to update it to latest iOS software and have used it now for nearly a month- in perfect working condition.

    Buying it from amazon at least gives you the 1yr protection (which you will hopefully never need).

    I am very happy and glad I went with a refurb one from this seller. Saved £££ 👍

  3. NicksOpinion

    This is an elderly iPad and was purchased used. It’s probably not appropriate to review it as an iPad at this point, although it’s amazing to consider how well it looks and performs even 8 years after its introduction – in many ways it is the first of the ‘modern’ iPads. As of September 2022 it runs the latest version of iOS, although this will change shortly following the imminent launch of iOS. However, it will continue to be a valid option for several years to come and for anyone looking for a low cost tablet it is unbeatable.

  4. F. Gómez

    I was surprised by the condition of the device, although it has some signals of use the condition is great. The packaging is not original, but very well protected. Also accesories aren’t original but looks great. The back cover of the device shows some scratches and seems that a name was deleted with some kind of sandpaper, but even with that the condition is acceptable.
    This device was released in 2014 but even in 2022 works very well.
    Screen is in excellent condition and scratches are not perceived. In overall exceeded my expectations.
    For reference the store that sold the item was All Out Apple.

  5. Katemcartist

    The media could not be loaded.

     UPDATE on charging . The cord included was useless . BUT I just used my iPhone cord and it charged to 100% in no time !
    UPDATE on streaming . Streaming seems fine ! Websites came right up ..I can quickly get to my classes and streaming is smooth .

    Also, I like this size ! It’s almost too big for holding . So any larger and I would feel like I was trying to grip a small laptop . This is a good size !! The viewing portion is about 6×7-3/4 the entire surface is 9.5-6.5

    Product is exactly as expected . Had a opening video but I could t load to Amazon reviews for some reason . Not in original packaging as was stated . Simple white box inside an Amazon box . Came with a cord for charging and that’s it ; as stated . However , it says “lightening “ speed and that is doubtful . It’s still charging (30mins) and is at home not 2% more than when I got it .I’m giving it the benefit of the doubt for now ; will update later . The “excellent “ refurbishment was just that , excellent . No scratches anywhere that I could detect ; screen is perfect ! It had 50% battery on arrival and I was able to automatically get on , connect to my iCloud , uodate to the newest IOS version 15. Whatever (🤣) and get right on . All my apps are there and usable . I was able to add allnof the sites I use to the home screen with saved passwords .

    I will update later with info for 1.) procreate and stylus ability and 2.) streaming video and 3.) adding a SIM card if I choose so I can use my cell (supposedly this can be done but … not really an issue for me )!These are the two main things I want to use this for . The ONLY drawback so far – and this is if it would even bother you – is the lag with the keyboard. This is a 2gen iPad Air so it’s to be expected . Does not disappoint me at all . I do t plan on typing or texting on it !

  6. DanznPisces

    I received my gently loved iPad Air 2 on Wednesday, charged it and had everything transferred from m old iPad Air that was 8 plus years old. I replaced due to the fact that Apple didn’t support it with updates anymore.

    I bought this one because I was going to spend $500 plus on a new one…but after looking on Amazon, I found the refurbished ones, read the reviews and thought, you know, I can get this, a new cover and screen protector for half the cost of just getting a new one! glad I did!

    The one I received looks like it is brand new, so someone loved this one as much as I loved my old one! So far so good. I had saved everything thing to my iCloud, so transfer was very easy. Didn’t lose anything in that process and so far have been very pleased!

  7. Chris Sansom

    I have to say, I was dubious about buying a reconditioned iPad as you never really know what you’re going to get. Whilst the packaging was basic (inside a jiffy bag in a box) it was signed for by Royal Mail and came faster than I expected.
    This is a Christmas present so I’ve used an old iPad box we kept to put it in and wrap so from my perspective, that’s absolutely fine.
    After inspecting the iPad itself, I found near enough no marks on it, and by near enough, I’m talking some very fine marks on the side, which I would’ve missed if I wasn’t going over it with a fine-toothed-comb. There are no visible marks on the screen or anywhere else.
    I have run the device and it all looks to be working perfectly well; the thumb print is good and the operation is smooth and quick.
    Considering I bought this yesterday and it has arrived so quickly AND it in seemingly perfect working order, I would say I highly recommend this purchase.
    Good work Grade Mobile!

  8. Mr B

    This item has not met any quaility standards as far as I can see. The screen on mine was not fitted properly and was coming out at the top and bottom, so it does not respond properly when touched. It is also not a genuine Apple screen fitted. It is duller in colour and brightness and i have now had it checked to confirm. This iPad is not refurbished to Apple standard and it is very noticeable.

  9. Lindguini

    I recently ordered five “renewed” iPad Air 2 tablets through Amazon.  The Air 2 was, and still is, one of the best iPad designs.  So good, in fact, that the first iPad Pro 9.7 (2018) was really just an updated Air 2 and shared the same thin construction, laminated 9.7-inch Retina display, and overall size.  The Air 2 has supported seven iOS updates and currently runs the latest iPadOS 14 –talk about longevity.  Over 2 million iPad Air 2 models were sold during its two year production that ended in early 2017. 

    Since you can no longer buy a new Air 2, the only option is used/refurbished.  Apple devices like the iPad are remarkably durable and buying refurbished is a great way to find a “like new” device that will last you many years to come.  It’s a good value, too: When the Air 2 was originally released, the models ranged from $500-$700.  A few years later, you can buy the same models renewed for $200-$300 –a great deal for a device that’s still state-of-the-art. 

    There’s no shortage of vendors for renewed/refurbished iPads but one thing is clear:  “Renewed, like new” is a broad term that covers everything from near-mint condition to laughingly-damaged devices.  Some vendors are better, others are worse, none will be perfect.  Here’s my experience shopping over the past month: 

    Vendor #1:  All Out Apple 
    I purchased two iPad Air 2’s from this seller, one 32GB and one 64GB.  Both arrived in good condition, packaged safely, and they work fine.  The cosmetic defects are OK –a few light scratches and discoloration on the back of the case on one and a few nicks and shallow dent on the back of the other.  When held at “arm’s length” per Amazon’s criteria the issues are not that visible.  The display/touchscreenS are fine.  The batteries in each last the normal 8 or so hours under typical use. The vendor includes a decent 2.4A (12W) USB charger and cable with each device similar to the original iPad charger for fast charging times.
    Vendor #2:  Platinum Deals
    [UPDATED 3/6/21: I purchased four iPad Air 2’s from this seller, three 32GB and one 64GB.  One of the 32GB arrived in close to “like new” condition.  The cosmetic defects were minimal, however, after two weeks use, I noticed that a portion of the display backlight would flicker when set to the lowest brightness setting –the sign of a failing LED in the backlight. I returned this iPad for another from same seller and the replacement works fine so far. However, the cosmetic condition of the replacement is not as good as the first one since there are noticeable blemishes all the way around the aluminum bezel and there are a couple light scratches on the surface of the display glass.] The other two iPads were, unfortunately, a totally different story:  each one was delivered literally bent in the middle –not dented but actually deformed, as in the device was not flat!  This had nothing to do with shipping since the devices were well-packed and the boxes were undamaged.  The deformation on each device distorted the display glass and it was easy to see the permanent distortion when viewing along the edge of the device.  On one iPad, the deformation was severe enough to cause backlight distortion that showed up as bright spots along the edge of the LCD (see photos).  The fact that the refurbisher considered these two bent iPads to be “renewed, like new” is both hilarious and sad.  Of course, both of the bent iPads went right back in their boxes for return to Amazon (I put a bright yellow post-it on each one to hopefully warn whoever inspects the returned devices not to turn around and sell them again.)  This vendor also included different USB chargers (either 8W or 12W USB-A or, incorrectly, one of them was USB-C) and cable with each device so they are not consistent –the 12W charger is the correct one for faster charging times. I do give the vendor credit for immediately sending me the correct charger to replace the wrong USB-C charger delivered with one of the Air 2 units.

    ADVICE: So, my advice is to inspect your “renewed” iPad carefully since the vendors are not consistent in the overall condition of what they’ll send you.  The iPad Air 2, in particular, is remarkably thin and perhaps more prone to getting bent if mishandled during its life –perhaps explaining why bent ones find their way to a refurbisher in the first place. The Air 2 has a wide tolerance for being bent and still work without a problem. However, it’s quite clear that “like new” may not necessarily mean “not bent” for the ultra-thin Air 2 so use the 90-day Amazon Renewed Guarantee wisely to make sure your renewed device meets a reasonable definition of “like new” upon receipt.

    Overall, I’m happy with the two renewed iPads I decided to keep (32GB models, one from each vendor listed above).  I’m not sure that any one vendor does a better job in selecting “like new” iPads but clearly, one of the above did not have an issue sending two bent iPads.

    Finally, be aware that the 90-day Amazon Renewed Guarantee says you’ll get a full refund if not satisfied, however, some of the refurb vendors claim to charge return shipping and restocking fees.  The Amazon Renewed policy is not clear about this so if you’re charged fees for the return then you should contact Amazon to have them correct it.

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