Apple has increased prices of certain iPad Pro models. Now, the 256GB and 512GB versions of 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models cost more, CNET reports. The company has raised its prices by $50.
On Tuesday, Apple held the product launch event, and hours before the event started, the company’s web store went offline. When it went on again, all the new products tech giant introduced were there, including the all new iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
But, 9to5mac noticed that something else changed as well. The prices of 256GB/512GB versions of 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models went up, and now they cost $50 more. All this happened quietly, and there was no official statement.
Apparently, Apple has raised the prices because the costs of NAND flash storage has dramatically increased. Now, the iPad Pro 10.5-inch with 256GB storage capacity costs $799 and 512GB version is $999. The 256GB iPad Pro 12.9-inch is priced $999, and 512GB version is $1149.
If you have been planning to buy a 64GB version of 10.5-inch or 12.9-inch iPad Pro, good news. The prices of these iPad Pro models are still the same.
Even though the prices of some iPad Pro models went up, the costs of some of the previous iPhone models went down. The price of iPhone SE starts at $349, iPhone 6S starts at $449 and iPhone 7 $549.
On Tuesday, Apple announced several new products. The company has finally introduced the long-awaited iPhone X, which is the most expensive iPhone ever. It costs $999. Pre-orders begin on October 27, and the phone will be in stores November 3.
There are also iPhone 8 (price starts at $699) and iPhone 8 Plus (price starts at $799). Pre-orders begin tomorrow. These models will hit the shelves September 22.
In addition to all the new iPhones, the company has also launched Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple 4K TV. During the iPhone X show off, Apple has introduced AirPower, a charging pad that uses Qi charging standard.
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