By Anton D. Nagy | November 20, 2012 2:07 AM
Apple Stores are present in more and more countries and regions but you won’t find this Apple store in your neighborhood or on the official list online. This is because Apple has apparently opened up a store within eBay, though there is no official confirmation of this report just yet as both eBay and the Cupertino-based manufacturer refrained from comments.
It is called “Refurbished Outlet” and you can access it by following the source link below. The page allows you to purchase reconditioned Apple hardware and there are quite a lot of similarities between this page and Apple’s refurbished offerings, like full one-year warranty, ”like-new condition” of devices, as well as Apple’s own quality examination. Prices also seem to be in-line with what the manufacturer asks, though eBay is charging taxes for about six states. We’ll definitely let you know more once we find out information, official or not, about how Apple is testing these waters. Until then, if you’re looking for an iPad 2 or a third generation iPad check out the source below to see whether they have something you might like.