The 11-inch iPad Pro returns to an all-time low at Amazon
The iPad pros are the most powerful tablets from Apple - and also the most expensive. But Amazon has a new sale that brings the 11-inch iPad Pro (128GB, WiFi) back to its lowest price ever, just $ 749. That's $ 50 less than the starting price and the lowest since July. The step-up model with 256GB of storage is also available for $ 849, but it has been that price for the past few weeks.
Buy the 11-inch iPad Pro on Amazon - $ 749
The sale is for the 2020 iPad Pro models so you can get the latest pro-level tablets with their top notch features. This year's iPad pros actually have a lot in common with last year's models - their designs are almost the same, and they run on Apple's A12Z Bionic chipset. However, the 2020 models have a few differences, including an octa-core GPU, an additional ultrawide camera, and a new LiDAR sensor. The earlier two hardware components make the latest iPad pros better at handling AR applications, which at this point is only a ton for those who work with and develop such programs.
In addition, the iPad pros are the closest to laptop replacement parts made by Apple. They have strong performance that makes working in even tedious apps like Lightroom a breeze, beautiful 120Hz displays, Apple Pencil support, and the latest iPadOS features like trackpad input and split view.
Choosing between previous and current generation iPad pros can be a tough decision as they are very similar. But this sale is an excellent one on the newest 11-inch iPad Pro. Since it is rare, we recommend buying it if you want a powerful tablet. However, if you think you can safely skip the AR enhancements, B&H Photo continues to offer the previous generation iPad pros.
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