Target Sale Marks $150 Off 9.7-Inch and 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Models

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Target today is having a sale on a collection of iPad models, including the most recent Wi-Fi versions of the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. For the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Target has taken off $150, marking the 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB iPad down to $449.99, $549.99, and $649.99, respectively.

Not every version of the iPad is available to ship, however. At the time of writing, for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro only the 32GB Rose Gold, 32GB Space Gray, and 32GB and 128GB Gold models are able to be added to the user's cart to ship, with December 27 being the earliest estimated delivery date. Every other model can be picked up at a nearby Target, but stock is likely to be sparse so close to Christmas.

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has received a similar markdown today, with the 32GB and 128GB editions priced at $649.99 and $749.99, respectively. Unfortunately, Target has not included the 256GB 12.9-inch model in its iPad sale. The larger-screened iPad appears to be completely out of stock for online orders, so users will have to check local stores to take advantage of the discounts.

Wi-Fi + Cellular editions for both the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro are also discounted by $150 today at Target, with similar stock shortages facing the 12.9-inch tablet. Check out the rest of the iPad deals at Target.com, including sales on products like the iPad mini 4 and iPad Air 2.

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47 months ago

Not a bad deal.

A lot of places have pretty good deals right now. Almost makes me want to upgrade. Almost.
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47 months ago

They still make the iPad? I thought the fad died right about the same time as the Apple Watch?

EDIT: they make that too still? Would have thought it was all going away given the hefty discounts Target's had to offer on both this week for extremely niche unnecessary products.

Apparently there's a lot of things you're out of the loop on. Should come out of that rock you've been hiding under
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47 months ago

Until Apple does away with lightning and replaces it with USB-C, I will continue to resist temptation.

I have a daughter in the creative arts that would love an iPad Pro 12" and Apple Pencil, but Apple's hardware and software need to change.

Until that happens, I'll continue to vote with my wallet, and my daughter can keep using her Wacom + 2011 Macs in my household.

I would also love an iPad "Pro" 12" as a daily driver, but again, Apple needs a lesson. The surface products are looking more and more attractive given I'm a power user.

Apple has until July next year (my daughter's B-day) to release or announce something. Otherwise, I'm out as a customer.

Good plan (though I own a Surface, I'd never use it as a primary device). I honestly don't think it is necessary to wait.

After the the iOS 10 emoji-palooza nothing-burger, I've readjusted my expectations regarding Apple. They are not "playing to win" but "playing not to lose". As useful as my 12.9 iPad Pro w/ASK+Pencil has been for me, I've resigned myself to it being nothing more than what it currently is.... an iPad Plus.
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47 months ago

Not a bad deal.

I second that. This sale is Comporable to Black Fridays iPad listings.
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47 months ago
Not a bad deal.
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47 months ago

A lot of places have pretty good deals right now. Almost makes me want to upgrade. Almost.

I've hardly touched my iPad since I got an iPhone 7+. The bigger screen on the phone makes the iPad superfluous.
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