I recently purchased a "NEW" iPad 2 (Verizon 3G version) from macconnection.com. I used it for about a month before attempting to activate the cellular service. Called Verizon because I couldn't figure out how to do it.
Long story short - I was sold a used/returned unit, as it had already been registered with Verizon under another number. They (macconnection) had evidently scrubbed it clean - except for the cellular registration. Anyway, Verizon setup an appointment w/Apple store, who promptly exchanged it free-of-charge.
The folks at Apple waffled on the issue of it being a used unit, but the tech that did the replacement was a little more forthcoming.
mac connection used to be called PC connection for those of us around in the 80s and in to the whole computer hobby at the time. Over the years they changed to mac connection but they still have the same great service and knowledge of the industry. Great to be able to go to a store that sells everything that is mac compatible. The apple store does not really carry much of anything that is useful and the real mac power users have to search elsewhere. This is one of the best resources for any mac owner.
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