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.