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What does it mean if a sim card has been removed from an iPad?

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I work for a small community agency which is trying to get equipment back from a former employee. It seems he may have taken a lot of our equipment home. Today, after many demands, he sent back an ipad (which we only recently found out he bought on our dime!) The various accessories it had (cover, case, dock, etc.) didn't come with it. I have also just noticed that it says "no sim card". I am trying to work out what this means. Why would the employee have removed the sim card? Does it make the iPad non-functional? (The nice people at Apple set up my personal Ipad, so I don't know what makes it work). Or does it just mean that the employee can stick it in a new iPad? Have we lost information? Will the Ipad work if we give it to another staff person to use? Any help would be appreciated!



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