A Pope Francis iPad Goes On Sale For $40,000 On April 14, 2015!
An auction house in Montevideo organizes the auction of an iPad used by Pope Francis. They hope to raise $40,000 (36,783 euros). The money will be donated to a Christian school in the city of Paysandu, in the northwest of Uruguay.
The device was given by Pope Francisco to Gonzalo Aemilius, a priest from Uruguay, during a visit to the Vatican.
Juan Castells, responsible of the auction, is happy. He says that people are very interested worldwide: “The impact is great.”
The device operates normally, according to the auction house, and it has a keyboard as well as the inscription “His Holiness Francisco” dated on March 2013. Also, has the Vatican Internet service.
“The Pope worked normally on this iPad, and it has a certificate of authenticity issued by the Vatican,” explained Castells.
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