iPad Pro 10.5 and iPad Pro 12.9 Comes with Big Prices
Whoever has money to spend on the new iPhone X ($1000) can afford an Apple tablet, also. But fans who are planning to get an iPad Pro 10.5 or iPad Pro 12.9 show know that both the Wi-Fi and cellular-enabled tablets are a little more expensive, because Apple took the decision to secretly increase the price.
While all eyes were on the latest iPhone X, which has a ridiculous release price of $1000), there are other Apple products that “suffered” small price changes that will not please fans who want to get a new tablet. Instead of reducing the prices of the iPad Pro 10.5 or iPad Pro 12.9, Apple has secretly increased them, and below we’ll give you the new prices.
The good news is that the 64GB variant of the iPad Pro 10.5 is still sold for $650 / €730 / £620, but if you want the 257GB variant, you’ll pay $800 (instead of $750) / €900 (instead of $830) / £770 (instead of £710). As for the 512GB variant, the new price is $1,000 (instead of $950) / €1,120 (instead of €1,050) / £970 (instead of £890).
The 64GB variant of the iPad Pro 12.9 hasn’t suffered any price change either, so until Apple greedy again, you can pay $800, €900 or £770. The variant with a higher capacity of 256GB costs now $950 ($50 more) / €1,070 (€70 more) / £920 (£60 more), while the 512GB variant, which is worth buying because it offers a lot of available space, costs more than the iPhone X, and more exactly, it’s available for $1,150 (from $1,100) / €1,290 (from €1,220) / £1,120 (from £1,040).
As you can see above, the price in dollars has increased by up to $50, Europeans will pay €70 more and in the UK, the tablets cost £60 or £80 more.