Apple Has Increased The Prices On 256GB And 512GB iPad Pro Tablets

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 13, 2017

There was lots of big news from Apple yesterday, headed by the announcement of the iPhone X, but one thing the company didn't draw much attention to is the fact that some iPad Pro models have just gone up in price. If you journey to the Apple Store, you'll see that all 256GB/512GB variants of the 10.5 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are now $50 more expensive.

Users will now have to dish out $799 and $999 for the 256GB and 512GB 10.5-inch Wi-Fi versions, respectively. Meanwhile, the 256GB and 512GB variants of the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro now cost $949 and $1,149, respectively.

For now however the 64GB models have remained the same, and some stores don't seem to have updated their prices yet, so if you act fast you may still be able to get a larger storage capacity at the old price.

The price change was first spotted by the blog MacRumors.

Apple didn't provide an immediate explanation for why it hiked prices, but a report from Reuters in June suggested that there's a global storage on DRAM and NAND memory chips, which provide the storage in iPads.

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