Video showing you how to prepare your iPad for selling or recycling by deleting all the data on it

Tips on how to Recycle or Sell Your iPad

Apple created the iPad after the success of the iPod, and this larger version has really taken the world by storm. The first tablet with such a wide selection of apps available has become the desire of millions around the world. 

Wi-Fi notifications can quickly become irritating, so change them in the settings application. There is an option labeled Ask to Join Networks. If you choose that option, you will not receive incoming invitations anymore.

You can stop annoying Wi-Fi joining messages on your iPad. If you’re tired of getting asked to join various Wi-Fi networks constantly, this can be taken care of under Settings and Wi-Fi. Switch off Ask to Join Networks. You may still join any network that you’ve already got from this screen, you just will not be harassed constantly.

Put an end to WiFi connect messages. Tired of being notified every time you stray into a WiFi zone? In the Wi-Fi section of Settings, there is an option to turn off “Ask to Join Networks.” You can still manually join any network, the iPad will just stop notifying you of every time one is in range.

Have you ever wondered how many apps are running on your iPad all at once? This is valuable information to keep your iPad running efficiently. All you have to do is to double tap the home button, and a list will appear. Tapping on each one can pull the app up, and swiping downward can remove the list.

If you are thinking “Maybe I should sell my iPad to get a newer model” then there are a few options open to you.

  • You could sell your iPad on eBay
  • You could sell or recycle your iPad via many of the online iPad recycling services such as sellipad.sell-my-tablet.com
  • You could place an ad on Gumtree
  • You could place an ad in the classified section of your local newspaper
  • You could sell it to a friend
  • You could give it as a gift
  • You could donate your iPad to charity or a local school