Deals: Get the 64GB Cellular 11-Inch iPad Pro for the New Low Price of $749 ($200 Off)

MacMall today is discounting Apple's 64GB cellular 11-inch iPad Pro to $749.00, down from an original price of $949.00. This same iPad Pro is priced between $825 and $925 on competing retailer websites like Best Buy and Adorama, and this $749.00 price tag represents the best-ever price that we've tracked among the major Apple resellers online.

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MacMall offers free two-day shipping and free returns on certain high-priced items, and the iPad Pro is eligible. The tablet is in stock, so if ordered today it will arrive by Friday, February 14. During checkout, you can also choose to change the storage size and color of the iPad, add AppleCare, or add accessories, but of course that will raise the price of the order.

11-Inch iPad Pro Sale


  • 64GB Cellular - $749.00, down from $949.00 ($200 off, lowest ever)
The new lowest-ever discount on the 64GB cellular 11-inch iPad Pro comes after a round of markdowns hit Apple's entire iPad lineup earlier this week. If you visit our article on the sales, you'll find lowest prices on the iPad mini 5, 10.2-inch iPad, and a few other iPad Pro models, in addition to up to $50 off the iPad Air.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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6 days ago at 08:11 am
I hope all these sales mean the new iPad Pro is coming sooner rather than later.
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6 days ago at 08:08 am
with the ability to hotspot from an iPhone - why get a cellular iPad?
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6 days ago at 09:58 am


with the ability to hotspot from an iPhone - why get a cellular iPad?


Because not all plans offer hotspot. And Cellular iPads have true GPS capabilities. And not everyone who is in the market for an iPad has an iPhone. In fact, I’d guess the number of non-iOS buyers of an iPad is probably greatest of any lineup Apple has.
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6 days ago at 10:33 am


Because not all plans offer hotspot. And Cellular iPads have true GPS capabilities. And not everyone who is in the market for an iPad has an iPhone. In fact, I’d guess the number of non-iOS buyers of an iPad is probably greatest of any lineup Apple has.


I agree with your statement.

However, are people practically using their iPad for true GPS capabilities (e.g. map apps, routing, etc.) without a smartphone nearby that could accomplish the same result? It doesn't matter if it's an iPhone or not. I Just can't understand paying ~ $130 - $150 more (interesting that the mini and pro charge a premium) when buying the product, and an additional $20 - $100 more per month solely for this functionality. Especially when you can setup the iPad to automatically tether when not on WiFi and your iPhone is nearby. I'd be curious how many smartphone plans don't include tethering nowadays.
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6 days ago at 09:44 am


I hope all these sales mean the new iPad Pro is coming sooner rather than later.

Actually these have been going on for a while now.
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5 days ago at 03:17 pm


I agree with your statement.

However, are people practically using their iPad for true GPS capabilities (e.g. map apps, routing, etc.) without a smartphone nearby that could accomplish the same result? It doesn't matter if it's an iPhone or not. I Just can't understand paying ~ $130 - $150 more (interesting that the mini and pro charge a premium) when buying the product, and an additional $20 - $100 more per month solely for this functionality. Especially when you can setup the iPad to automatically tether when not on WiFi and your iPhone is nearby. I'd be curious how many smartphone plans don't include tethering nowadays.


I've seen iPad being used as navigation device for small airplanes - much better than phones I believe.
There is definitely a market for celluar versions but I will just go for the wifi ones since i've got free hotspot on my phone plan...
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6 days ago at 12:01 pm


I agree with your statement.

However, are people practically using their iPad for true GPS capabilities (e.g. map apps, routing, etc.) without a smartphone nearby that could accomplish the same result? It doesn't matter if it's an iPhone or not. I Just can't understand paying ~ $130 - $150 more (interesting that the mini and pro charge a premium) when buying the product, and an additional $20 - $100 more per month solely for this functionality. Especially when you can setup the iPad to automatically tether when not on WiFi and your iPhone is nearby. I'd be curious how many smartphone plans don't include tethering nowadays.

I agree. The only way I believe I would pay that much extra just for cellular capabilities is if money really weren't an object for me.
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