What you need to know
- Apple's 2020 iPad Pro is now available refurbished.
- Both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro can now be bought at up to 20% off.
- The eighth-generation iPad also briefly showed up in the store too.
Apple's 2020 iPad Pro models are now available at some pretty hefty discounts in both sizes through Apple's refurbished store online, as is the eighth generation iPad for the first time.
The update was noted by Twitter's Michael Burkhardt, who stated:
Prices for a second-generation iPad Pro start at just $609 for the 128GB model, a saving of around $90. Meanwhile, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is available refurbished for $749 instead of $949, a saving of $200!
As Burkhardt noted, Apple's eighth-generation iPad (2020) is also in stock on the site for the first time starting at $279.
Apple's refurbished iPad models all come with a new battery, outer shell, and a one-year warranty, as well as free delivery and returns. Apple puts all of its refurbished devices through functional testing, replacing any parts with genuine Apple parts if necessary and cleaning the device thoroughly. It also comes in a brand new box with all the accessories and cables you'd expect of a new one.
Earlier this year Apple released its new M1 iPad Pro (2021), sporting Apple silicon internally and a big mini-LED display upgrade for the larger model. Reports indicate Apple might debut a new iPad mini 6 later this year that follows the design language of the iPad Pro and iPad Air, and could also include an A15 chip.
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