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Apple's 2017-released iPad Pro 12.9 stays forever young, scoring big discount with warranty

Apple's 2017-released iPad Pro 12.9 stays forever young, scoring big discount with warranty
Apple is selling an unprecedented number of great tablets released over the past year or so, ranging from a $330 entry-level 9.7-inch iPad to a $999 and up iPad Pro 12.9 with razor-thin screen bezels and Face ID technology. But if you can't find exactly what you're looking for at a reasonable price, perhaps an older model available from a third-party retailer can satisfy all your requirements.

Enter the latest 24-hour-only deal from Amazon subsidiary Woot, allowing you to order an Apple certified refurbished 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. 

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.

Check out the deal here


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