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At its September event earlier this week, Apple introduced the new 10.2-inch iPad that starts at $329 and blurs the line between the entry-level iPad and the bigger, more powerful and pricier unveiled earlier this year. Apple made no mention of it at its event, but the higher-end iPad Pro received a price cut when the new 10.2-inch iPad got added to the line. Well, one configuration of both the 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, to be exact. As MacRumors spotted on Apple’s updated online store, the highest-capacity 1TB iPad Pros are now $200 cheaper (but still plenty pricey).
There are a couple caveats to note:
- Apple may soon update the iPad Pro at a rumored event in October.
- Despite Apple dropping its prices for the 1TB models by a not insignificant $200, you can get them for less from Amazon (which is why we’ve linked there below).
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Apple dropped the price of the 11-inch iPad Pro with the highest storage capacity by $200 to $1,349. Amazon, however, has it for less at only $1,150 for the silver finish. (Space gray with 1TB will set you back $1,269.)
Pricing for the other capacities remain the same at Apple: $799 for the 64GB model, $949 for the 256GB model and $1,149 for the 512GB model.
Currently on Amazon, the prices are $674 for the 64GB model (space gray), $899 for the 256GB model (either finish) and $1,000 for the 512GB model (silver).
The larger iPad Pro with 1TB of storage also received a $200 price cut. It now costs $1,549 from Apple, but you’ll find it for less at Amazon — currently $1,350 for either the space gray or silver finish.
Pricing for the other capacities remain the same at Apple: $999 for the 64GB model, $1,149 for the 256GB model and $1,349 for the 512GB model.
Currently on Amazon, the prices are $850 for the 64GB model (space gray), $1,071 for the 256GB model (silver) and $1,150 for the 512GB model (space gray).