B&H is selling the 12.9-inch iPad Pro at all-time low prices
It might not be too late to get your hands on a 2020 12.9-inch iPad Pro in time for the holidays. If you want to pick one up you might not find a better deal than B&H right now. Several models are on offer at the lowest prices we've seen. For example, the 256GB WiFi model is available for $ 949 in Space Gray and Silver (down from $ 1,099). That's $ 50 less than current Amazon prices.
Buy a 12.9-inch 256GB iPad Pro at B&H - $ 949
Buy a 12.9-inch (512GB) iPad Pro at B&H - $ 1,149
If you (or someone you're buying a gift for) needs more storage, you can opt for the 512GB WiFi models for $ 1,149, which in turn come in Silver or Space Gray. These versions typically cost $ 1,299. If you want to get online hassle-free on the go, you can opt for the 256GB cellular model, which has dropped from $ 1,249 to $ 1,099. However, this deal only seems to be valid for the Space Gray version.
However, you need to act quickly if you are interested. These B&H DealZone offers expire Tuesday at midnight ET.
We've found this year's 12.9-inch iPad Pro to be as close as Apple set out to create a full-fledged laptop replacement, not least because of its trackpad support. The device features the Apple A12Z Bionic chipset and octa-core GPU, which allows 4K video to be edited and exported better than previous models, while performance is similarly fast. The 2020 iPad Pro also features a new ultra-wide camera as well as a LiDAR sensor that gives its augmented reality functions a significant boost.
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