Amazon is discounting a few models of the 11-inch iPad Pro this week, including a new low price on the 64GB Wi-Fi model.

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You can get this version of the 2018 11-inch iPad Pro for $649, down from $799. There are also a few 12.9.-inch models on sale, which we've rounded up below.

2018 iPad Pro Sale

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Top Rated Comments

meboy Avatar
37 months ago
$650 was the full price of the last gen.

There was No justification for the $150 base price increase.

This is no deal!
Wake up!
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code-m Avatar
37 months ago
This ipad pro 11 inch is slim fast and good looking but i purchased ipad air 3 cos of fear of that bend gate issue but now when i see so heavy discounts and many people saying that it doesnt bend i feel sad lol ( although my air 3 is awesome too )
Though the iPad Pro 2018 models are no slouch, it does not make sense to get one now as when the 2019 models are released with 6GB base RAM or more and hopefully 128GB base storage, the previous models will drop further in price. I suspect an October announcement, why pull the trigger now when it is only 2-2.5 months away from better.
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apolloa Avatar
37 months ago
Pretty good deal. Nice device the new iPad Pro.
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mguzzi Avatar
37 months ago
Any idea upto which ios my air 3 will be supported just asking
Ios 16 will be the last for air 3 right
I am confused by your post. The Air 3 was just released and it has the same chip as the iPhone XS, XS max. The A12 chip the previous iPad Air's are the Original which used the A7 and the Air2 which used the A8X and was released over 4 years ago.

Apple dropped the iPad Air Name in 2017 when they released the 10.5 iPad Pro and then they rereleased several models that are just iPad in the 9.7 inch size.

I would think that if your iPad is running the A10 chip or later you will be supported for at least 2 to 3 more update cycles. The A8 Air 2 will probably be the next to drop support in one more 2020.
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RightMACatU Avatar
37 months ago
What ever happened with the 11 Pro refurbished? I have yet to see one.
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GeoStructural Avatar
37 months ago
New iPads coming. Although not the 10.975” or the 11.225” so many people want.
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What ever happened with the 11 Pro refurbished? I have yet to see one.
Besides the bendgate issue, these are formidable tablets. I happen to own one. It DOES NOT replace a computer, but it is nice for reading, drawing and watching videos.
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