Apple's new 11-inch iPad Pro gets rare discount of up to $150

Apple's new 11-inch iPad Pro gets rare discount of up to $150
While previous iPad Pro generations have been discounted surprisingly frequently of late by every trusted third-party retailer from B&H Photo Video to Best Buy and Amazon, finding a deal on a 2018-released 11 or 12.9-incher seems like a task best suited for the fictional protagonist of the blockbuster Mission: Impossible film series.

But if you happen to live in the vicinity of a Micro Center brick and mortar store, we have some great news for you. This year’s 11-inch iPad Pro currently starts at $699.99 instead of a $799.99 list price, selling at a discount of up to $150 in the right configuration. Namely, the Wi-Fi-only 256GB variant, which normally costs $949.99.

Your 800 bucks will buy you the 256 gig model in your choice of silver or space gray coating, and the same naturally goes for the $700 64GB non-LTE iPad Pro 11 version. The only other time we’ve seen 2018 iPad Pros on special offer was on Black Friday at B&H, but the savings are significantly heftier now.

Unfortunately, the deals are not available online, and Micro Center doesn’t exactly run an extensive network of physical computer department stores. We’re talking just 25 locations in 16 states, including California, Massachusetts, and New York.

Still, this is an incredibly rare chance to save up to 150 bucks on a beastly 11-inch slate with an “all-screen design”, modern Face ID capabilities, A12X Bionic processing power, USB Type-C connectivity, and Smart HDR-equipped 12 and 7MP cameras. Just remember to keep an eye out for recently revealed manufacturing defects.

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