At this week’s April Apple event, the company took the wraps off its all-new iPad Pro 2021. As is usually the case with new Apple device launches, the new product goes into the lineup around the same price as the previous-gen version which is then phased out. That means we’re starting to see some stellar iPad deals.
Right now at Amazon, for example, you can snap up the current-gen iPad Pro 2020 from just $729 with pretty much every configuration seeing a discount right now. In some cases, the price cut is as steep as $250, though we expect the supply of these iPad Pro models will begin to run dry pretty quickly.
Up to $250 off
Apple iPad Pro (2020)
With a new iPad Pro generation on the horizon, Amazon is offering some steep discounts on current-gen iPad Pro models while supplies last. Discounts apply to all configurations with as much as $250 off in some cases.
Starting at $729
The 2020 iPad Pro landed in spring last year and maintained the industrial design of the 2018 iPad Pro for the most part. It comes in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and features a gorgeous, edge-to-edge Liquide Retina display with 120hz ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color gamut.
Inside, it’s powered by the A12Z Bionic chip and the 2020 model was the first to move to a more advanced, multi-lens camera system. It features a 12MP standard wide-angle lens and a 10MP ultra-wide lens as well as a LiDAR scanner which is perfect for AR use cases. It also has a studio-quality mic array.
Of course, the new iPad Pro 2021 is going up for pre-order next week and is launching next month so it’s worth weighing up if you want to wait for the new model. To make it easier for you, we’ve put together a iPad Pro 2020 and iPad Pro 2021 comparison guide to help understand the similarities and differences between the models and help you decide.
If you want to go the iPad Pro 2020 route, be sure to place you order at Amazon as soon as possible. Once these devices are sold out, they will be gone for good. Best Buy and B&H have similar deals going on right now, too.
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