iPad Deals: Save Up to $50 on the Latest 10.2-inch model, $70 on iPad Air, and $100 on iPad Pro

iPad Deals: Save Up to $50 on the Latest 10.2-inch model, $70 on iPad Air, and $100 on iPad Pro ...

    In March, bringing an update to the only iPad that missed a refresh in 2021. Apple's M1 processor, along with 5G and a wider-angle, front-facing camera, gave the new iPad Air the same capacity as the previous versions at the same prices. The new iPad Air has already received the first price discount, and the standard model is $29 off at Amazon right now, and you can save $70 on the 256GB iPad Air.

    The most affordable iPad is the, and it is even more affordable right now at Walmart. That doubles the discount you'll get when purchasing the 10.2-inch iPad. It features the A13 Bionic chip, Apple's True Tone display, an improved front-facing camera, and an increase in internal storage. The 256GB version is $50 off at Amazon. The iPad Mini is also included on the market, saving you $40 off the price versus the Apple Store. The ninth-generation iPad was first introduced last fall. It features

    The 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pros are now the oldest of Apple's tablets. They were the first non-Mac devices to be made with Apple's patented M1 chip when they arrived last spring. Both the 11-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro are $50 off, and you can save more on the higher-capacity Pro models.

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    As new offers emerge and old ones expire, this list is updated, so make sure to check back for the finest price.

    Comparing iPad discounts, they are less costly.

    Model List price Best price (current) Best price (all-time)
    10.2-inch iPad 9th gen (64GB) $329 $309 $299
    8.3-inch iPad Mini 6th gen (64GB) $499 $459 $459
    10.9-inch iPad Air (64GB) $599 $570 $570
    11-inch iPad Pro (128GB) $799 $749 $700
    12.9-inch iPad Pro (128GB) $1,099 $999 $950

    Note that "all-time" represents the best price that we've seen at an Apple-authorized retailer in the product's lifetime.

    The 10.2-inch iPad was not upgraded like its Mini cousin, but it provides a faster processor, an improved front-facing camera, and a wider display compared to the previous one. Other benefits, however, are the increased storage, which was increased to 64GB on the baseline model, and to 256GB on the step-up model at Walmart. If you want more storage for photos, videos, projects, apps, and more, you can get the 10.2-inch, which is $50 less than the Apple Store.


    The iPad Mini has been completely revamped, with sharp edges, little bezels, and no home button. The power button on the side now has Touch ID, and the Lightning port has been replaced with a USB-C charging port. It now supports the A15 Bionic processor (same as the ) and has improved an 8.3-inch display, even better cameras than the previous, fifth-generation Mini. You can save $40 on the baseline model right now, which is better than the $25 price break we've seen


    The 10.9-inch iPad Air, which includes Apple's M1 processor, and 5G and a wider-angle, front-facing camera, with the autofocus video feature. What it didn't get was expanded storage, but CNET's iPad expert praises this iPad Air as a solid step up. The 64GB baseline model, in all colors, has already received its first discount.


    The 11-inch iPad Pro features Apple's M1 processor, which has storage capacities that range from 128GB to 2TB. Most retailers are selling the baseline 128GB model at or above Apple's $799 list price, but you can save $50 on it at Amazon right now. If you want to spend more on more storage space, you can also save on some of the.


    With Amazon's M1 processor, you may save $100 on the larger, 12.9-inch iPad Pro.


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