Deals: Shop Lowest-Ever Prices on 11-Inch iPad Pro ($699) and AirPods Pro ($170)

To end the week, we're tracking deals on Apple's iPad Pro and AirPods, which include a few best-ever prices that match Prime Day deals we saw earlier in the week.

iPad Pro

Starting with the 11-inch iPad Pro, you can get the 128GB Wi-Fi tablet for $699.00 on Amazon today, down from $799.00. At $100 off this is an all-time low price on this version of the 2021 iPad Pro, and it's only available on Amazon in Space Gray.

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With this record low deal on the 128GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro, this is now the cheapest entry point into the iPad Pro lineup. There are a few other models on sale, like the 256GB Wi-Fi tablet ($849.00) and 512GB Wi-Fi tablet ($999.00), which are second-best prices.


You can also still get Prime Day prices on two pairs of Apple's AirPods, including the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Starting with the AirPods Pro with MagSafe, these are on sale for $169.99, down from $239.00, which is the best price of the year.

AirPods Combo Discount Feature Triad

The AirPods Max are on sale for $439.00 in Pink, down from $549.00. Blue and Space Gray are slightly higher at $449.00.

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

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Top Rated Comments

iStorm Avatar
26 months ago

iPad Pro still isn't a good value at that price. Adding the cost of the iPad, a keyboard and any other accessories, you may as well just get the MBA, which is infinitely more useful and just as portable.
Not everyone gets the keyboard or other accessories, or maybe they already have them from the previous model.

Also, consider this:
64GB iPad Air is $599
Many say 64GB isn't enough these days...
So then there's the 256GB iPad Air for $749.

The 128GB iPad Pro for $699 sounds like a good deal to me.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
QCassidy352 Avatar
26 months ago

iPad Pro still isn't a good value at that price. Adding the cost of the iPad, a keyboard and any other accessories, you may as well just get the MBA, which is infinitely more useful and just as portable.
I got an 11” M1 this year without a keyboard (I use an old Bluetooth one at the desk) or any accessories except a case. Works just fine that way. It’s also a better content consumption device than a MacBook Air.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gnomeisland Avatar
26 months ago

What are the odds that the M1 iPad Pro won’t be compatible with the multitasking paradigm they release in 2023?
Very small. The leap from A12 to M1 was huge in ways that go beyond just raw speed. The leap from M1 to M2 to Mx should be incremental for many years.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jtopp Avatar
26 months ago

iPad Pro still isn't a good value at that price. Adding the cost of the iPad, a keyboard and any other accessories, you may as well just get the MBA, which is infinitely more useful and just as portable.
An iPad is an iPad, not a laptop/MacBook. If you need a keyboard and mouse get a computer. If you only occasionally need a keyboard buy a keyboard. They are meant to be separate devices and they just so happen to have overlapping traits. I have no idea why some apple users thing they every device has to be made just for them like Steve, Johnny Ives, Tim Cook and company was staring at a picture of them while they were developing products.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
FrozenDarkness Avatar
26 months ago
all time low price, but has been matched multiple times. not that super slick.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mike WA4D Avatar
26 months ago

It’s not that easy. The cost is high and unfortunately for customers (and fortunately for Apple), the competition is few and weak.

The easiest way to get Apple to be more competitive and provide more value is to speak up and stop buying their products unless absolutely necessary. A very humbling quarter or two is needed for Apple to realize screwing customers like they are with the M2 laptops won’t fly.
Actually it IS easy in my view. It is happening before our very eyes.

The good news is some of these unhappy / complaining Apple product users are being priced off of the platform. The pandemic disruptions, employment shifts and inflation are a form of "natural selection" and ridding the Apple ecosystem of a Toxic group that see's Apple as "greedy', and representative of the "worst of capitalism" and "Racist" as well in Posts I have read in Apple forums recently. They are having their "Humbling" economic moment that will last for years. The current Economic malaise is driving food insecurity, home sales decline, and auto sales to name a few. As a pessimist, a cynic and a misanthrope it is a fantastic time to be alive!

Winter is Coming!
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)