iPad Pro (2021) with 12.9-inch display is now more affordable than ever before

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The usage of the word “cheap” in the same headline as the complicated nomenclature of Apple’s traditionally expensive iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) beast is something you don’t exactly see every day.

This M1-powered monster, which was released in 2021, and even though everyone anticipates the release of an even more technologically advanced new version by the end of 2022, Amazon offers have been quite scarce lately (not to mention weak).

That wouldn’t be a big deal, but Apple itself never—and we mean never—discounts the most recent iterations of its best-selling devices without a tone of caveats, and lately, merchants like Best Buy and Walmart have treated the fifth-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro about as well as Amazon.

However, the e-commerce giant is suddenly lowering the list price of a variety of various versions and models by a staggering two hundred dollars, making the insanely powerful, incredibly thin, and durable slate affordable—at least by the 12.9-inch model’s customary standards.

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With 128, 256, or 512 gigabytes of internal storage available, we’re talking about both Wi-Fi-only and cellular-enabled devices. If you act quickly, you might even be able to choose between a silver or space grey color for your preferred iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) configuration.

That’s because we anticipate that some of these variants may quickly run out of stock on Amazon. In particular, the entry-level, non-cellular 128GB option is looking very alluring following an exceptional two hundred dollar drop from the original thousand dollars.

Mind you, the majority of the gadgets currently on sale are receiving new all-time high discounts, easily surpassing what Amazon is currently offering in terms of iPad Pro 11 (2021) price reductions. 

Remember that the 12.9-inch colossus surpasses its “little” 11-inch brother in terms of screen technology as well, thanks to a cutting-edge mini-LED LCD panel. It otherwise has the same ultra-advanced specs and features, making it appear to be the best tablet money can buy—at least until the inevitable new and improved generation comes out next month.

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