Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro LTE Is Now $330 Off For Those That Missed Black Friday Deals

If you weren't able to partake in any Black Friday shopping this year and thought you might have missed the best deals on iPads, you have another chance to score some savings. B&H Photo has a smoking deal going right now on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro from mid-2017. That means this isn't the brand new iPad Pro with the crazy thin bezels that Apple announced in October, but it might be more than enough for most folks out there.

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 256GB of storage, Wi-Fi, and 4G LTE integrated in gold, silver or space gray is available with a $330 discount. That makes the tablet $749 rather than the normal $1,079 price. That also means you can get the LTE-packing 12.9-inch iPad Pro for a scant $20 more than the smaller 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 256GB of storage and Wi-Fi (which is priced at $729 after its own $70 holiday markdown). If you don't want 4G connectivity, you can get the WiFi-only 12.9-inch mid-2017 iPad Pro with 64GB of storage for $629, a $170 discount. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 64GB of storage and Wi-Fi only is $599, a $50 discount.

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If you haven't been following the iPad Pro, the mid-2017 tablets with the $330 discount pack a 12.9-inch multi-touch Retina Display (2732 x 2048 resolution and 264ppi), and an Apple A10X processor with an M10 coprocessor. 4G LTE is integrated along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The rear camera is a 12MP iSight unit, and this tablet has a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, Lightning connector, and a Smart Connector for the Smart Keyboard accessory. Both available tablets are in stock and can ship today.

The latest version of the iPad Pro is the late 2018 model that launched in October packing thinner bezels and bigger price tags. The 11-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, and 256GB of storage for $1,099 and the 12.9-inch version for $1,149 with Wi-Fi only. The 11-inch Wi-Fi only 2018 iPad Pro is $799 with 64GB of storage.


Via:  B&H
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