It's only been out for a couple of weeks, but the iPad Pro (2022) deals are already starting to roll in. This iPad deal is on the 11-inch variant and chops a meaty $50 off full price. It might not look too different from its predecessor, but the iPad Pro (2022) brings the mighty M2 to the fold, increasing the tablet's performance by the bucket load. This now marks the tablet's lowest price since release - and we can't promise that stock will last forever, so make sure you get in there quick!
The latest iPad Pro savings
This may be the latest iPad, but it's already got a nice discount. This sale over at Amazon will save you $50 off the full price of the tablet, giving you its lowest price to date. While this might not tempt you if you're looking to upgrade, this is a great deal if you've been thinking about picking one up for a while.
These are big, expensive devices, too - don't forget one of the best iPad Pro cases to keep that new tablet in good condition.
Black Friday is not far off, but the deals have already started. This particular deal is a great saving off one of the best iPads, the iPad Pro (2022). Bringing the extremely powerful M2 chip to the iPad lineup, the new iPad Pro is a great option if you're looking for a laptop replacement tablet - particularly if you pair it with something like the Apple Magic Keyboard accessory.
The iPad Pro M2 scored well in our review, although its update is far more iterative than the previous version. It's still the most powerful iPad ever, but some of the shine of that accolade is starting to wear off now as the rest of the line broadens. Either way, the 11-inch iPad Pro is still an excellent tablet at now an excellent price.
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