Save your $$ and buy the iPad mini 4 or iPad Air II if you must have an Apple product. Personally, I much prefer a device that doesn't decide for me what I can and cannot access. However, Facetime between my mother and my nieces & nephew prompted purchase of this abysmal excuse of a product. I only own an iPhone for Facetime. I loathe everything else about it as it's a walled garden of an operating system. Aside from my hatred of all things Apple, honestly, don't bother with this. It's sluggish and has a minuscule storage capacity. Since Apple do not let you expand your storage after purchase, my advice is go with a 64 gig minimum. For about $400 you can get a 64 gig on a current Apple product (iPad mini 4 or iPad Air 2) that won't continue to tell you your version of the operating system is too old to run this or that app - which will happen more and more frequently over the next year as Apple are phase out this product. It also won't tell you your memory is full after adding only a few apps or taking a couple of short videos.