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Latest iPad Pro 12.9 Price Slashed at Amazon for Cyber Week

Cyber Week is almost over, but that doesn’t mean there are no good offers left for you, as Amazon Cyber Week deals are still going strong. If you’re an Apple fan who is thinking about investing in an iPad Pro, you should know that Amazon is selling the 12.9-inch model of the fourth-generation iPad Pro for only $949, after a $50 discount from its original price of $999.

The latest version of the iPad Pro, which was just released in March, is already part of this year’s Cyber Week Apple deals. The tablet’s price likely won’t go lower any time soon, so if you want it to arrive in time for the holidays, you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can, while the offer lasts.

The fourth-generation iPad Pro, with its 12.9-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display, is a massive and powerful tablet that’s geared toward gamers, creative professionals, and other power users. With almost no bezels and the home button gone in favor of the Face ID facial recognition system, the iPad Pro offers maximum screen real estate with a resolution of 2732 x 2048, with Apple’s ProMotion technology enabling an incredibly smooth 120Hz refresh rate.

The iPad Pro is not just about its screen though. The tablet is powered by Apple’s A12Z Bionic chip with octa-core graphics, which Apple claims makes it faster than most PCs and laptops. The iPad Pro is also equipped with a LiDAR scanner, for a more immersive augmented reality experience.

There are still many other Cyber Week tablet deals that are available for you to browse. However, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is part of Digital Trends’ best tablets for 2020 as the best big-screen tablet, and if you want it in your hands, you shouldn’t hesitate to click that Buy Now button while the $50 discount still stands, to take its price down to $949 from $999.

More iPad deals available now

If you want an iPad but you don’t think the iPad Pro is the one for you, we’ve gathered the best Cyber Week iPad deals that are still available amid the last-minute Cyber Week deals to help you with your decision.

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Apple iPad 10.2 (32GB, Wi-Fi, 2020)

$299 $329
You can already score the new 8th-gen iPad at a nice discount. Even at its regular price, however, this tablet is a superb value and the one we recommend for most users.
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Apple iPad Air (Wi-Fi, 64GB, Latest Model)

$559 $599
The new iPad Air is the iPad to buy, with all the power and good looks of its more powerful cousins, but without the high price tag. It's even cheaper thanks to this discount from Amazon.
LATEST MODEL
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New Apple iPad Air (10.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 256GB, 4th Generation)

$699 $749
Deals are scarce, but considering that the 4th gen iPad Air has a faster CPU than the Pro, it's a good value even at its regular price. You can grab this one for the same price as the 256GB model.
DISCOUNT AT CHECKOUT
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Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 128GB, Wi-Fi) - Latest Model

$949 $999
If you can forego having a cellular connection, you can take home this iPad Pro with a gorgeous 12.9-inch Retina display for less than a grand -- one of the better prices we've seen for this model.
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Apple 4th Gen iPad Air with Wi-Fi + Cellular - 256GB (Verizon)

Trade in your device and get up to $100.

Sign on with a two-year Verizon contract and save a Benjamin on the newest 4th-gen 256GB iPad Air with Wi-Fi and cellular 4G LTE connectivity that lets you use it on your data plan.
LATEST MODEL
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Apple iPad Mini (64GB, Wi-Fi)

$385
A gorgeous 7.9-inch Retina touchscreen makes the iPad Mini a perfect travel-friendly alternative to the larger iPads, and this model supports the Apple Pencil stylus as well.
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