Has anyone tried MissionRepair for a warranty? I'm really at a loss as to which plan to go with.
Step 2: Apply glue to the CD's.
Step 3: Glue the CD's to the iPad.
There are Microsoft Office "lookalikes" available in the app store. (Documents To Go and Quick Office are the most popular.) Or you can purchase Apple's word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software that are "Office compatible." Look for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote in the app store.
Way to hijack this thread. Try searching and if you don't find what you are looking for, create a new thread instead of hacking someone else's that is about a totally different subject.Quote:
Originally Posted by Rao
You tell them wolf! Totally off topic.
I would not purchase an extended warranty, no worries
I'm in the financial and insurance business and know how this all works.
Use a gold or plat card and double the manufacturer's warranty. That's all I ever do.
I think it all depends on whether or not you plan on upgrading when Apple releases new iPads. I think it would be a waste if you are not planning on hanging onto it lol, If you know for a fact that you will be keeping it or passing it onto a family member etc. then I say go for it if it will give you a peace of mind. I didn't get Apple Care because my iPad is basically covered by my USAA account. We are covered up to certain amount so if anything goes wrong with any of the electronics in our home, they are replaced.Quote:
Originally Posted by papierschmetterling
Sent from my iPad 2 64G 3G using iPF
I did that and found a 30% off code which got me 3 years for ~$100Quote:
Originally Posted by autumnbaby
Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF