Apple's 2017-released iPad Pro 12.9 stays forever young, scoring big discount with warranty
iPad Pro 12.9 originally released in 2017 at the low, low price of $549.99. Available in silver and space gray color options, these A10X Fusion-powered big guys are technically not brand new, including however full one-year warranties provided by none other than Apple.Enter the latest 24-hour-only deal from Amazon subsidiary Woot, allowing you to order an Apple certified refurbished
That means the units on sale today have been professionally restored to their full working condition by Apple's own technicians, including a new battery, a new outer shell, new accessories, and a new white box. Your 550 bucks will buy you an entry-level 64GB Wi-Fi-only variant of 2017's 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which is no longer available from retailers like Best Buy and B&H Photo Video for some reason. The latter currently sells a brand-new 256 gig model at $649 after a massive $300 discount, but if you want to spend a little less than that, Woot's deal also looks decently compelling.
After all, the aforementioned A10X Fusion processor is still respectably powerful (at the very least), while that 12.9-inch Retina display is pretty much identical to the one sported by 2018's redesigned 12.9-incher. Besides, said redesign hasn't exactly improved the durability of the latest iPad Pro generation, and some people still prefer the "traditional" fingerprint sensor of the old 12.9-incher over the "modern" facial recognition method.