Jony Ive and his design team at Apple have created a one-of-a-kind yellow iPad Pro for a charity auction. Appearing as part of an auction to raise money for the London Design Museum (via TechCrunch), the 12.9-inch iPad Pro features a unique yellow coloring on its rear and a white front.
The auction also includes both a custom blue leather Smart Cover and an Apple Pencil stores in a leather orange case. From the description:
Jony Ive showed a prototype mobile phone at the Design Museum in 1990, long before he started working for Apple. He was winner of the museum's first 'Designer of the Year' award in 2003 for the iMac. To support the museum, he and his team in Cupertino have designed this special iPad Pro in a unique colour numbered Edition 1 of 1.
If you're intrigued by the thought of getting your hands on some unique Apple gear, the custom iPad and accessories will be available for bidding starting April 28. Expect to pay a pretty penny, though: the items are expected to fetch somewhere between £10,000 and £15,000.
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