Apple quietly raises iPad Pro prices after iPhone X launch

Isaac Cain
September 13, 2017

Apple has also increased the price of the tablets in more countries, these include the United Kingdom and Australia. Worse yet, Apple's tablets aren't believed to have been updated with new features or more powerful components, so customers might be paying $50 more for the same device, according to The Verge, which earlier reported on the price increase.

The 256GB Wi-Fi 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which launched at £709 in the United Kingdom, now costs £769. A price hike has been made to both the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch varieties of iPad Pro with little acknowledgement from Apple. According to The Verge, global pricing on the iPad Pro has also gone up.

You can read through our full guide for more information about what sets each model apart (and learn about the iPad Mini and standard iPad), but as an avid iPad Pro user I have a lot of good things to say.

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The 12.9in iPad has seen similar increases, with the 256GB and 512GB models seeing their prices rise from £859 and £1039 to £919 and £1,119, respectively. Whether you're looking for a tablet that's suited for productivity or fun, the iPad Pro is the best option. The 256GB model now costs $949 (up from $899) and the 512GB model costs $1149 (up from $1099).

These prices are all for Wi-Fi only models.

If you've been holding out on getting an iPad Pro, we've got some sour news for you: they just got a bit more expensive.

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