You Can Now Buy The iPad Pro 9.7 For Under $500 At Some Retailers
Apple is definitely one popular tech company. The company is known for two things: the quality of its devices and their prices. Unfortunately, both of them are high. While it’s great to have good quality smartphones, tablets and such, sometimes Apple tends to overprice its products. If this is the reason why you were holding out to buy an iPad Pro 9.7, this is the time to act on your wishes. At some retailers, you can buy the device for under $500. Not much under, however, as it is available for $499.99. Of course, the price drop is a natural consequence of the release of the newer model, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. Even so, it is a sweet deal.
Those who wish to purchase the iPad Pro 9.7 for this low price will need to dig a little on eBay. On Amazon, the device’s price is still higher than $500. For $499.99, you can get the Apple iPad Pro 9.7 WiFi +LTE version with 32GB internal storage. The 9.7-inch Retina display offers a 1536 x 2048 pixels resolution, so the images displayed on the iPad pro are crisp and clear. The design of the tablet is a really simple one, however, it does feel quite premium. The aluminum body doesn’t only look great, it also feels nice.
Under the hood, there is a dual- core processor clocked at 2.16GHz. This might seem quite disappointing compared to other tablets that come with octa- core processor. Even though in this case you only get a dual- core one, it is able to perform all the tasks users need it to, and it does it fast. The gadget includes 2GB of RAM and runs on Apple’s iOS software. While the $500 price tag would normally seem too high for these specs, you should keep in mind that we are speaking of the Apple iPad Pro 9.7 here and that it works really well. Also, this is the price for the unlocked version, without any contract. With a contract, you can get the tablet for even less.
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