Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro Is Down to Its Lowest Price of $999 [$100 off]
Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro with 128GB of storage is available at its lowest price yet on Amazon. Available for $999, you can avail a $100 discount for the Wi-Fi-only model and pick it in the Space Gray finish. If you pick up the Silver color, it is priced at $1,099, not $999. If you have Prime shipping active, you can get the premium tablet delivered to your doorstep in just a couple of days.
There is no telling about the stock levels at this moment and since Apple is experiencing mini-LED supply issues at this time, it is a rare thing to see the bigger M1 iPad Pro discounted. Currently, this is the company’s only tablet offering that features a mini-LED, delivering stunning image quality and high brightness levels that cannot be attainable by LCD technology. It also supports a 120Hz refresh rate, so you get the best of both worlds.
In terms of performance, as the name suggests, the 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro features Apple’s custom M1 chip, which thrashes anything in its weight class when it comes to performance and power efficiency. There is also Face ID support, so you never have to physically touch anywhere on the tablet to unlock it. It also sports 8GB RAM, so running multiple apps in unison will be a breeze.
For taking images, the iPad Pro has a dual-rear camera with a 12MP wide sensor, a 10MP ultrawide unit, and a LiDAR shooter for immersive AR. There is also a Thunderbolt port so you can transfer data at phenomenally fast speeds. For extra productivity, the 12.9-inch tablet is compatible with Apple’s Magic Keyboard and other Bluetooth-enabled peripherals, so it is not like this device is just meant for watching HDR movies, but if that is your jam, the iPad Pro does that too.