Apple quietly changed the pricing on it’s most expensive models of the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro yesterday while everyone else was drooling at the iPhone 11’s price tag.
Customers in the market for the 1TB storage on either iPad Pro now get $200 off on the original tag, but it’s still far from cheap.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 1TB of storage now costs $1549 while the 11-inch iPad Pro with 1TB of storage is priced at $1349. Adding LTE adds an extra $150 to the cost.
Given the high baseline price of the iPad Pro, it’s hard to think that many people have splurged on the 1TB model. This could make them a bit more attractive to professionals. I personally work from a 512GB iPad Pro and have barely used a quarter of the storage available and don’t think I’d ever be able to fill 1TB even if i tried.
Pricing on the 64GB, 256BG and 512GB models remains the same. Apple’s cheapest iPad Pro is the 11-inch iPad Pro with 64GB that starts at $799.
Rumors have indicated that Apple might come out with new iPad Pros before the end of the year. Likely upgrades could include improved Face ID, A13 processor, new cameras, a U1 chip and maybe a Super Retina XDR display.