Apple's 2021 iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 are on sale at massive discounts in multiple 'affordable' options

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Apple's 2021 iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 are on sale at massive discounts in multiple 'affordable' options
Whether or not Apple plans to make a big deal out of the announcement of its next-gen iPad and iPad Pros, said announcement is definitely right around the corner. With multiple holiday and pre-holiday sales events organized by various major US retailers also on the horizon, it's certainly not surprising to see the current-gen 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros heavily marked down shortly after the latest non-Pro 10.2-inch model.

If you thought those $200 discounts offered by Amazon a few weeks back were great, wait until you hear how much you can save by shopping at Walmart right now. At least if you hurry.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021)

Wi-Fi Only, 256GB Storage, Two Colors
Buy at Walmart

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch (2021)

Wi-Fi Only, 128GB Storage, Two Colors

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch (2021)

Wi-Fi, 256GB Storage, Space Gray Only

Yes, the fifth-gen iPad Pro 12.9 beast with Apple M1 processing power and a gorgeous Liquid Retina XDR mini-LED LCD screen in tow is available for "only" $899 instead of its $1,199 list price in a 256GB storage configuration.

At the time of this writing, both the gray and silver color options are in stock at that absolutely huge $300 discount (with no built-in cellular connectivity, of course), but given that many other similarly discounted versions of the 2021-released 12.9-incher can no longer be ordered online, the availability of this deal looks like a matter of hours.

At $899, this is still not what we'd call a conventionally affordable device, but that's certainly a hard price to refuse for quite possibly the overall best tablet money can buy... until the next-gen iPad Pro 12.9 enters the scene.

The second best tablet may well be the third-generation iPad Pro 11, which comes packing the same state-of-the-art Apple M1 chip while lacking mini-LED display technology. This slightly more compact powerhouse currently starts at $599 instead of $799 at Walmart, scoring the same unprecedented $200 discount in a 256GB storage variant normally fetching $899.

Both of these killer deals are likely set to go away fairly quickly, with the entry-level model still available in two colors as we write this and the 256 gig version already out of stock in silver, leaving you just with the gray option.

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