Apple quietly made some of its iPads more expensive

Apple quietly made some of its iPads more expensive

Apple unveiled the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones at the launch event held in the newly inaugurated Steve Jobs Theater on 12 September.

Apple has increased the price of a number of its iPad Pro tablet computers by as much as £80, citing the rising cost of NAND flash storage in justification. 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.

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.

You can read through our full guide for more information about what sets each model apart (and learn about the iPad Mini and standard iPad), but as an avid iPad Pro user I have a lot of good things to say.

Now, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 256GB of storage costs $799. To offset that and actually do better than that, we had very good cost performance on other commodities.

The snazzy, eye-catching and charity-helping coat of paint has yet to disappear from Best Buy's website, as well as various supportive United States carriers, though if it's indeed discontinued, they could also be running low on inventory.

Apple also decreased the prices of its older iPhones on Tuesday, including the least expensive model, the iPhone SE, which is now $349.

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