You can already save 50 bucks on Apple's hot new iPad Pro 11 and 12.9
Formally unveiled last week, Apple's upgraded 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros are technically slated to begin shipping from their manufacturers tomorrow, March 25. But a combination of high demand and limited inventory seems to have thrown a monkey wrench into Cupertino's initial release plans, as delivery times have already slipped to April 7 and beyond for new orders of most 2020 variants.
Fortunately, you will obviously be able to purchase the A12Z Bionic-powered tablets from a number of other retailers too, and one major vendor that still accepts pre-orders with an "expected ship date week of 3/30/20" also allows its customers to spend $50 less than pretty much everywhere else.
We're talking about membership-only warehouse club chain Costco, which naturally means you'll need to be a member to score the aforementioned discount. Instead of $800, you're looking at spending $750 and up on a refreshed iPad Pro 11 with vastly improved processing performance and a triple rear-facing camera system including a groundbreaking LiDAR scanner, aka 3D Time-of-Flight sensor.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2020) comes with essentially identical specs and features as its baby brother, but that significantly larger screen drives the list price up to $1,000, which Costco is knocking down to an ever so slightly more reasonable $950. The same $50 discount applies to all iPad Pro (2020) configurations available right now, although it's worth pointing out that Costco doesn't appear to be selling the improved 11 and 12.9-inchers in cellular-enabled variants.
release another iPad Pro duo by the end of 2020. This may or may not adopt a new Mini LED display technology while undoubtedly supporting 5G connectivity thanks to an as-yet undetailed A14X processor.You can choose between silver and space gray paint jobs for Wi-Fi-only models capable of accommodating 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of data internally, but you might want to keep in mind Apple is widely expected to