Apple's phenomenally powerful 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a glorious screen is on sale

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Apple's phenomenally powerful 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 1TB of storage is on sale
It's not every day that we see a tablet with desktop-level performance, cutting-edge display technology, and a thin and light design, but Apple brought this idea to life last year with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro but its high price tag meant it was impossible to own for many. An Amazon Prime Early Access Sale deal has taken care of that problem to some extent.

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is not some magical tablet designed by aliens. What makes it stand out is not just the powerful proprietary M1 chip or the stunning mini-LED Liquid Retina XDR display, but that it leaves little to be desired.

The front camera is a 12MP ultra-wide unit with 2x optical zoom with a nifty feature called Center Stage that keeps subjects in the center of the frame during video calls.

The slate offers impressive battery life and supports 18W fast charging. It also has 5G connectivity so that you can get things done on the go without any hiccups. 

Apple iPad Pro 2021

12.9 inches mini-LED 120Hz screen | Apple M1 chip | dual camera system | All-day battery life

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro's ports open up a vast ecosystem of accessories such as faster external storage.

The 1TB model with 16GB of RAM which Apple sells for $1,999 is currently available on Amazon for $1,799, so you will get to save $200 if you take advantage of this deal.

Sure, $1,799 is still a lot of money, but if you are a professional who needs the fastest iPad out there or just someone who appreciates the finer things in life, this would be money well spent. Granted, it has more power than it can use, but who doesn't want their apps to open instantly and run smoothly at all times? What's more, Apple's next software update will make it better at Mac-like things.

Also, even though Apple is expected to announce new iPad Pros in a few days, they are expected to be minor upgrades, and the most significant change will apparently be the M2 chip, so it might not be the brightest of ideas to miss out on this deal in hopes of a markedly better iPad Pro.

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