Today is a good day to go to Amazon if you have trouble buying the 9.7 inch iPad, because you have the impression that an iPad Pro would be better suited to your needs. The retailer currently has an offer of the day Gold Box on a previous generation Refurbished 64GB iPad Pro with Wi-FiRemove the link without a product and offers them in gray, silver, gold, white gold, and more. space, for a reduction of 18 to 22%. .
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For the 10.5-inch model, you'll get a 64-GB model for $ 429.99, down from the usual price of $ 549. (It sold for $ 649 at the launch in 2017.) For comparison, it's only $ 100 more than the retail price you will pay for the iPad 9.7 starting model. inches non Pro from Apple.
If you want to upgrade to a larger 12.9-inch display, you can buy it today for $ 559.99, down $ 119 from the $ 679 regular price.
Each model has an Apple 10X chip that is still quite capable of handling any application you launch (though I'm not sure of its ability to handle the full Adobe Photoshop when it is finally delivered to the iPad this year). For the moment, at least, there is no compelling reason why this model is inferior to the latest iPad Pro in everyday practice. The only things you will miss are the clever new additions such as Face ID (which greatly simplifies some actions on the iPad) or the durability of the latest processor of the iPad Pro.
If you need more information, do not forget to check out our complimentary review of 2017. As we said at the time:
"If you prefer your main computer to easily connect to a printer, retrieve files from a USB stick, or access any third-party device not from Cupertino, a MacBook Pro may be a better choice. But Apple even makes its laptops more like tablets. The 12-inch MacBook has notoriously only one USB-C port, which definitely hindered my experience. However, for some reason, the same limitations have not been so frustrating for the iPad Pro. Maybe because I know from the start that I will not be able to use a lot of traditional computing. "
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