Deals: Amazon Offering $200 Off Select M2 iPad Pro Models With All-Time Low Prices

Amazon today has a collection of discounts on Apple's M2 iPad Pro, offering $200 discounts that mainly focus on the models with higher storage of 1TB and above. Across the board, all of the deals shared below are all-time low prices on the 2022 iPad Pro.

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11-Inch iPad Pro

Starting with the 11-inch M2 iPad Pro, you can get three models at a discount this week on Amazon. There's only one Wi-Fi model at a notable discount, and it's the 2TB Wi-Fi model for $1,699.00, down from $1,899.00.

If you want cellular, you can get the 1TB cellular tablet for $1,499.00, down from $1,699.00. The 2TB cellular model is discounted to $1,899.00, down from $2,099.00. All three of these sales represent all-time low prices on the 11-inch iPad Pro.


12.9-Inch iPad Pro

For the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, there are four models seeing all-time low prices right now on Amazon. You can get the 1TB Wi-Fi tablet for $1,599.00, down from $1,799.00; and the 2TB Wi-Fi tablet for $1,999.00, down from $2,199.00.

For cellular devices, Amazon has the 1TB cellular model for $1,799.00, down from $1,999.00. You can also get the 2TB cellular model for $2,199.00, down from $2,399.00.

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Top Rated Comments

Rychiar Avatar
14 months ago
I can't imagine paying high end laptop prices for an iPad just to increase the stupid storage. it doesn't even have a proper file system. base model or bust
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
WiiDSmoker Avatar
14 months ago
Apple needs to get their pricing under control. What they charge for storage and RAM upgrade is absolutely absurd and insulting.

Yes I know RAM isn’t an upgrade here but technically it is as the 1 TB has 16 GB of RAM versus 8 for lower storage
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
code-m Avatar
14 months ago

I can't imagine paying high end laptop prices for an iPad just to increase the stupid storage. it doesn't even have a proper file system. base model or bust
If upgrading every 2-3 years it’s best to stick with the base storage as resale or trade-in value is not justified when storage size increases you get about half or less the price of the storage upgrade price. For example base model with 128GB $799 and 256 $899 with trade-in it’s usually 128GB $450 and $500 for 256GB. This is just an approximate but I have found the base storage to work out best unless you need more and plan on keeping it for 4+ years.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
WiiDSmoker Avatar
14 months ago

If upgrading every 2-3 years it’s best to stick with the base storage as resale or trade-in value is not justified when storage size increases you get about half or less the price of the storage upgrade price. For example base model with 128GB $799 and 256 $899 with trade-in it’s usually 128GB $450 and $500 for 256GB. This is just an approximate but I have found the base storage to work out best unless you need more and plan on keeping it for 4+ years.
Yup you’re absolutely right. Apple or whatever company handles trade-ins barely care about upgraded specs from the base when calculating values.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roland.g Avatar
14 months ago
$1,500 iPads. Hmm. Pass.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
collin_ Avatar
14 months ago

Apple needs to get their pricing under control. What they charge for storage and RAM upgrade is absolutely absurd and insulting.

Yes I know RAM isn’t an upgrade here but technically it is as the 1 TB has 16 GB of RAM versus 8 for lower storage
Yup. I can accept high base prices because imo their products really are worth it, but their RAM and storage upgrade prices on every product line they have are just insane. We're literally talking charges close to 10x what Apple themselves pay. And it's not just rich YouTubers who need these high-end 64GB/8TB machines, either. A lot of developers who make the Apple ecosystem what it is are getting screwed.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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