The price of Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro hits an all-new low of $900.
It is the current lowest cost for Apple’s premium M1 tablet.
This could be your greatest opportunity to get Apple’s premium tablet to date. After an instant discount at checkout, Amazon is offering the 12.9-inch iPad Pro M1 with 128GB of storage for a new all-time low price of $900, which is $200 less than the original sticker price. The 256GB and 512GB models are also available for $200 less. Even without cellular internet or other frills, this is still a very good deal if you’re in the market for a large-screen slate.
One of the most potent mobile tablets you can buy is the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The mini-LED screen is a delight whether you’re editing videos or relaxing with a TV marathon, and the M1 chip is quick enough for multitasking and other serious work. In the appropriate circumstances, this could replace a laptop if it has Thunderbolt support (for peripherals like monitors and external SSDs) and a strong accessory ecosystem, especially if iPadOS 16 is released with capabilities like Stage Manager.
This device still runs a mobile OS, so if you need desktop-level software or are managing many programmes, you might prefer a laptop or Windows tablet. However, timing can be the key factor in the halt. There are still rumours that Apple may release an M2-powered iPad Pro with MagSafe charging and other potential enhancements in October. If you insist on getting the most powerful iPad you can find, you might want to wait. The M1 model, though, is tough to match if price is your primary concern.