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

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

    A new iPad Air comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, along with a 5G and a wider-angle, front-facing camera, which was not included in the upgrade in 2021. What it did not receive was expanded storage; the new iPad Air has already received its first price discount. The baseline 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's even more affordable right now at Walmart. That doubles the discount you'll get at Amazon for the 10.2-inch iPad, which features the A13 Bionic chip, Apple's True Tone display, an improved front-facing camera, and an increase in internal storage. The iPad Mini is on sale for $40 off at Amazon. Like the ninth-gen iPad, the app was first released last fall. It features an 8.3-inch display, the A15 Bionic chip,

    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 equipped with Apple's proprietary M1 processor when they arrived last spring. The 11-inch iPad Pro is $50 off and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is $100 off, allowing you to save more on the higher-capacity Pro models.

    Check out our below list if you want the best iPad deals available.

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    As new agreements emerge and old ones expire, we'll update this list, so be sure to check back for the best price.

    Comparing iPad discounts, they are lower.

    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" is the best price we've seen at an Apple-authorized store in the product's lifetime.

    The 10.2-inch iPad did not receive a design overhaul like its Mini-style, but it boasts a higher processor, a better front-facing camera, and improved display performance in this age of FaceTime and Zoom calls. Another advantage you'll most likely welcome is the storage, which doubled to 64GB on the baseline model, and 256GB on the step-up version. Other features include the ability to store photos, videos, projects, and apps, which costs $50 less than the Apple Store.


    The iPad Mini has been completely revamped, with thin 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. The iPad Mini now runs on the A15 Bionic chip (same as the ) and boasts a wider 8,3-inch display, better cameras than the previous $25 price discount we've ever seen. And you can.


    The new 10.9-inch iPad Air comes equipped with Apple's M1 processor, along with 5G and a wider-angle, front-facing camera, as well as autofocus video capabilities. Despite being available for less than a month, CNET's iPad expert believes the new iPad Air is a solid move forward. Amazon has already given the 64GB baseline model in all colors, and you can.


    The 11-inch iPad Pro features Apple's M1 processor, which has storage capacities of up 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 are willing to invest more in more storage, you can also save on some of the.


    With Amazon, you can save $100 on the larger, 12.9-inch iPad Pro.


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