Apple hikes iPad Pro prices by $50 following iPhone announcement event

Apple hikes iPad Pro prices by $50 following iPhone announcement event

Apple hikes iPad Pro prices by $50 following iPhone announcement event

Following yesterday's product announcements, Apple has quietly raised the prices of its 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models by $50.

Apple sneakily hiked the price of some iPad Pro models, following the iPhone launch event on Tuesday.

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As of this writing, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro in 256GB and 512GB configurations that had cost $749 and $949, respectively, are now on sale for $799 and $999.

The 12.9in iPad has seen similar increases, with the 256GB and 512GB models seeing their prices rise from £859 and £1039 to £919 and £1,119, respectively.

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If you've been holding out on getting an iPad Pro, we've got some sour news for you: they just got a bit more expensive.

MacRumors reports that certain retailers like Best Buy have already revised their pricing for the higher-capacity models to reflect these changes. The entry-level 64GB iPad Pro appear to have been spared the increase in price leaving the 10.5-inch starting at $649 and the 12.9-inch at $799. Apple has not given a reason, but the increased price of memory has been suggested as a possibility.

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We've reached out to Apple for confirmation on the price hike and will update this article if a response is forthcoming.

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