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Want a New iPad Pro? They’re More Affordable Than Ever


May 29, 2019 Deals By
Editor’s Note: Last week Amazon had a deal on the new iPad Pros for the first time. The 11-inch iPad Pro was $50 off and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro was $100. Amazon dropped the prices on the 11-inch iPad Pro even further. You can now save $125.

If you’ve been considering picking up an iPad Pro, there’s never been a better time. Amazon has dropped the prices of the latest models and now they’re the cheapest they’ve ever been. The smaller of the two tablets, the 11-inch iPad Pro, normally starts at $799 (Wi-Fi only, 64GB), but Amazon is selling it for $125 off. The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro normally starts at $999 (Wi-Fi only, 64GB), but Amazon is selling it for $150 off. There are deals on cellular and larger storage configurations, too.

Apple announced its newest iPad Pros this past fall and now that the tablets have been available for over six months, it’s not surprising to see some discounts. However, Apple is still selling both iPad Pros at full price for the time being.

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Apple’s latest revision of the iPad Pro features a fresh hardware redesign, complete with edge-to-edge displays, slimmer bezels, a new Liquid Retina display and USB-C charging. All that in addition to being thinner and lighter than the previous model. They also have Face ID, just like the newest iPhones, so you can unlock the iPad Pro just by giving it a glance.

Just beware, these deals don’t include an Apple Pencil or screen cover, so if you’ve got your heart set on those, the full package is going to be a little bit pricier.

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