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Looking to buy old Apple iPad. Will only be used on the boat as a navigation GPS tablet.
From my very limited research, it appears that the tablet might have to be the Wifi plus cellular model to have the proper GPS receiver built in. If I'm wrong here, let me know.
Let me know what you have.
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You are correct. The GPS receiver is bundled with the cellular hardware, so the wifi-only models do not have built-in GPS capability.
There is an alternative, though: small standalone GPS receivers are available, starting at under a hundred bucks, that will link to a non-cellular iPad via bluetooth or wifi (depending on the GPS model). I have used these for aviation navigation.
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I have one we're not using and it's a wifi model, unfortunately my wife dropped it and the screen is cracked now. If you're still interested, let me know.
I have a 16GB Wifi/Cell that I am looking to let go. Screen in good but the corners of the case are bruised. If you are interested, my email is in my profile.This message has been edited. Last edited by: gordynismo,
I used a Panasonic toughpad to do the same thing. It's viewable in direct sunlight.
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Just an FYI if you find a good deal on a WiFi only iPad there is a lighting adapter dongle available for GPS and it does not need to be a cellular capable device for navigation.
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I have A WiFi only one that is in great condition. If interested, $85 shipped
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