The iPad Pro now costs less than an iPhone 6s Plus

The iPad Pro now costs less than an iPhone 6s Plus

Following the unveiling of the iPhone 7, Apple has cut the price of the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro on its online store.

The 128GB, 256GB and LTE models have all had their price tags slashed by as much as $100, making them more affordable to customers who require a higher amount of storage or cellular compatibility.

The new prices can be seen below:

9.7-inch iPad Pro

  • 128GB – $699 (was $749)
  • 256GB – $799 (was $899)
  • 128GB Cellular – $829 (was $879)
  • 256GB Cellular – $929 (was $1029)

12.9-inch iPad Pro

  • 128GB – $899 (was $949)
  • 256GB – $999 (was $1099)
  • 128GB Cellular – $1029 (was $1079)
  • 256GB Cellular – $1129 (was $1229)

For comparison, a brand new 128GB iPhone 6s Plus will set you back $749.

The Cupertino company has also made good on its promise to start offering 32GB of storage as standard. The Wi-Fi-only variants of the iPad Air 2 ($399) and iPad mini 4 ($399) will now come with 32GB of baseline memory as opposed to 16GB.

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