Limited-time iPad Pro deals take as much as $200 off 2020 models while supplies last

iPad Pro: The ultimate guide
iPad Pro: The ultimate guide (Image credit: Joseph Keller / iMore)

Back at Apple's April event, the company took the wraps off its all-new 2021 iPad Pro. As is often the case, when a new Apple device launches, the old version of that product is discontinued. That's great news for those who would rather score a stellar iPad deal than pay full price for the new model.

Right now, we're seeing some significant savings across Apple's 2020 iPad Pro lineup with some models discounted by as much as $199. With prices falling as low as $699, it's a great time to upgrade before the 2020 iPad is gone for good.


iPad Pro (11-inch, 2020)

Fancy the smaller iPad Pro? It's available from as little as $699 with some configurations seeing as much as $150 off regular prices.


iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 2020)

If the bigger iPad Pro is for you, you can snag one with as much as $200 off at various retailers right now. this might be your last chance to get one in brand new condition.

Coming out last spring, the iPad Pro maintained the industrial design of its 2018 iPad Pro predecessor for the most part. It comes in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and features a gorgeous, edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with 120hz ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color gamut.

It is equipped with the A12Z Bionic chip and the 2020 model was the first to move to a more advanced, multi-lens camera system. It features a 12MP standard wide-angle lens and a 10MP ultra-wide lens as well as a LiDAR scanner which is perfect for AR use cases. It also has a studio-quality mic array.

Of course, the new iPad Pro 2021 is now available so it's worth weighing up if you want the newer model. To make it easier for you, we've put together a iPad Pro 2020 and iPad Pro 2021 comparison guide to help understand the similarities and differences between the models and help you decide.

If you want to go the iPad Pro 2020 route, be sure to place your order as soon as possible. Once these devices are sold out, they will probably be gone for good outside of refurbished deals.

Adam Oram

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.