Deal: B&H Photo is offering hefty discounts on the iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro

Deal: B&H Photo is offering hefty discounts on the iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro
This year, Apple put a great deal of focus on the iPhone, Apple Watch, and MacBook Pro. These hardware upgrades certainly have been great, but one product line that's been left a bit on the back-burner has been the iPad. Apple did release the 9.7-inch iPad Pro back in March of this year, and as comparable of a tablet as it is, it really didn't prove to be all that exciting. We're expecting Apple to put a lot of attention on the iPad line in 2017, but until then, B&H Photo is currently offering some solid savings on numerous iPad models that already exist.

The iPad Air 2 and both the 9.7-inch 12.9-inch variants of the iPad Pro are currently being discounted, with the most enticing easily being the Air 2. Although the iPad Air 2 isn't quite as powerful or impressive as the 9.7" Pro model, you can currently pick up the 32GB version from B&H for as little as $379. It's the Wi-Fi only model and can only be purchased in the Gold color option, but that's still a solid savings of $20 off the normal retail price. If you need more storage than 32GB, the 128GB model is also available in both Silver and Gold for $469 ($30 off).

If you need a bit more power with your iPad but still want to save some cash, the savings are even more substantial when looking at the Pro models. There are three versions of the 9.7" iPad Pro currently on sale, and they include the following -

  • 32GB in Rose Gold with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity - $629 ($30 savings)
  • 256GB in Rose Gold with only Wi-Fi connectivity - $749 ($50 savings)
  • 256GB in Rose Gold with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity - $849 ($80 savings)

If the 12.9" version of the iPad Pro is more along your lines, B&H is selling the Gold version of it with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity for just $879 (total savings of $70).

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1. LebronJamesFanboy

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5. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

Yea.....wth are they on? That is less than 10% in every case for a 1-2 year old tablet....

2. phonehome

Posts: 812; Member since: Dec 19, 2014

Have an iPad Air 1 which still doesn't feel too outdated. Though would still like something more portable...With that, waiting for the next Mini which hopefully has the speaker quality as the iPhone 7/Plus. If crapppy speakers on the next Mini, then may hold out for similar sized Android tablet with flagship-esque specs (if such a thing has ever existed).

6. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Just bought a tab e 9.6 and kinda wish I waited or find a tab s 8.4. Mostly use for movies on my lunch break. Doesn't have good resolution but can use a SD card and USB drive. Oh well. Love my Air 2 but don't like taking that out with me.

3. mi7chy

Posts: 53; Member since: Apr 18, 2016

Still too expensive given their limitations. They still need to shave off another $100 to even be considered.

4. lainez21

Posts: 9; Member since: Dec 31, 2014

Someone please get these people a dictionary and show them what hefty means

7. DeusExCellula

Posts: 1390; Member since: Oct 05, 2014

I would pony up the extra cash to get them new if the savings is only $20

8. Darkkracker

Posts: 255; Member since: Jun 11, 2016

Tablets are obsolete

9. Darkkracker

Posts: 255; Member since: Jun 11, 2016

Tablets are obsolete

10. raywonder

Posts: 30; Member since: Apr 11, 2016

Yikes $30 off is a hefty discount? I know it's Apple and all and they never discount anything but that's a joke. BB sold the 32GB Air 2 for $279. THAT'S a hefty discount.

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