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Apple iPad


Yes, they make fake iPads! They are all over the internet and of course, they are far inferior to the real ones. Most of them come from China and they market them there by the name "iPed". Make sure the one you are buying, or have already purchased, passes the checks below.


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First of all, make sure it has the Apple logo on the back of the iPad.

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Next, make sure the screen quality is high. It should be clear and not pixelated.

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Next, make sure it has all the originally installed apps on it. It should have:

Messages
Calendar
Notes
Reminders
Maps
YouTube
Videos
Contacts
Game Center
iTunes
App Store
Newsstand
FaceTime
Camera
Photo Booth
Settings

Apps on the iPad Dock:
Safari
Mail
Photos
Music


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Make sure SIRI works. The Siri application can only be launched to an original iPad. The fake will not run it.

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Next, Connect to iTunes. If you connect it to iTunes and it doesn't show anything or you're receiving an error, it means iTunes does not recognize your iPad. It's a fake.

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On the iPad, go to "Settings," then choose "General," and then click on "About." This will give you the serial number. You can then access the Apple website, where you can enter your iPad serial number to see if it is a real iPad.
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