Apple quietly increases price of iPad Pro models by $50
Cupertino, California-based Apple Incorporated has quietly increased prices for the 256GB and 512GB models of its iPad Pro by $50, MacRumors reported. The 256GB model of the 10.5-inch Wi-Fi iPad Pro, which was launched with a price tag of $749, now costs $799. The 512GB 10.5-inch Wi-Fi model, which was initially priced at $949, now costs $999.
For the similar 10.5-inch model with cellular capability, the new prices are $929 and $1,129, up from $879 and $1,079, respectively.
Thus, consumers will now have to fork out extra money for the same devices that were available for less just yesterday.
Prospective customers in other countries will also be affected by the increase in prices. The 256GB Wi-Fi model of the iPad Pro was launched in Britain and Australia at £709 and AU$1,129, respectively. Now, the devices are priced at £769 and $1,199. However, pricing for the 64GB models remain the same.
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