iPad Repair Arkansas

Free iPad Mini Giveaway

We are giving away a FREE iPad Mini

We are really pumped, not only in regards to the awesome new brand we are sporting but also the addition of our Jacksonville location. So we put our heads together to think of something to do for our always supportive customers. Solution… Give away a free iPad mini. Who wouldn’t love getting an iPad Mini for free?

How can I win the FREE iPad Mini you ask?

Ok here’s the scoop! The contest is going to run until October in that time you can enter to win in multiple ways that will increase your odds of winning. That’s right you can enter multiple times in multiple ways! Like our FB pages, follow us on Twitter, Tweet about us, Pin us to your board. As the contest continues we will be updating you on other methods of entry as we think of more creative ways to give you all a chance to win this awesome device!

Use the Widget below to enter to win!! Or HERE for Mobile Friendly

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In case you aren’t sure why you want an iPad Mini

The iPad Mini (stylized and marketed as iPad mini) is a mini tablet computer designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. It was announced on October 23, 2012, as the fifth major product in the iPad line and the first to feature a reduced screen size of 7.9 inches, in contrast to the standard 9.7 inches. It features similar internal specifications to the iPad 2, including its display resolution.
It was released on November 2, 2012, in nearly all of Apple’s markets.

The iPad Mini comes with several pre-installed applications, including Siri, Safari, Mail, Photos, Video, Music, iTunes, App Store, Maps, Notes, Calendar, Game Center, Photo Booth, and Contacts. Like all iOS devices, the iPad can sync content and other data with a Mac or PC using iTunes, although iOS 5 and later can be managed and backed up with iCloud. Although the tablet is not designed to make telephone calls over a cellular network, users can use a headset or the built-in speaker and microphone and place phone calls over Wi-Fi or cellular using a VoIP application, such as Skype. The device has dictation, using the same voice recognition technology as the iPhone 4S. The user speaks and the iPad types what they say on the screen provided that the iPad is connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.

The device has an optional iBooks application, which displays books and other ePub-format content downloaded from the iBookstore. Several major book publishers including Penguin Books, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster and Macmillan have committed to publishing books for the device. Despite being a direct competitor to both the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook, both Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble offer e-reader apps for the iPad.

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