first-generation iPad Pro 12.9 fetching as little as $369.99 in a cellular-enabled 128GB configuration coated in your choice of gold, silver, or space gray. A Wi-Fi-only 128 gig 12.9-incher can also be purchased at a massive discount from Woot right now, but at $359.99, it's arguably not affordable enough to justify the exclusion of LTE connectivity.The latest one-day-only sale held by the Amazon subsidiary sees the
12.9-inch OG iPad Pro got a 2017 sequel rehash and a drastic 2018 redesign. Its A9X processor is obviously slower than not just the A10X Fusion powering the 2017 edition, but also the A10 Fusion found under the hood of 2018's non-Pro 9.7-inch iPad.Before you even think it, yes, we realize this is a pretty ancient tablet. Originally released way back in 2015, the
Still, the iPad Pro 12.9 (2015) currently runs iOS 12 and will be eligible for an iPadOS 13 update this fall, which is quite impressive for something that costs less than 400 bucks at the time of this writing. $369.99, by the way, undercuts the typical price of the newest iPad mini version with only 64GB storage space and no LTE support.
Sold in refurbished condition, with a 90-day warranty included and a "moderate level of wear & tear", the venerable 12.9-incher also comes with a beautiful Retina display sporting a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels, as well as excellent battery life, a premium quad-speaker sound system, decent 8MP rear-facing camera, and support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories (available separately).