The new iPad Pro ditches the Home button in favor Face ID, gains a lot of power, and its bezels are much slimmer than previous generations. It’s available now in 11-inch or 12.9-inch configurations, starting at $799 and $999, respectively.
You can pick up the new iPad Pro from Apple, though a growing number of other retailers are offering the tablet as well. There are no deals to speak of, unless you count Verizon’s that requires you to sign up for a two-year contract, though we could see some promotions once Black Friday or Cyber Monday arrive.
Apple’s new iPad Pro starts at $799
Features a bezel-reduced design, Face ID, the A12X Bionic chipset.
Best Buy is selling the new iPad Pro, and has also begun a trade-in promotion that might make your purchase just a bit more affordable. The retailer is only accepting working iPad Pros of a previous generation at its stores, so if you are looking to upgrade, you can get up to $375 back in Best Buy credit.
The new iPad Pro is available at Best Buy
If you own an older iPad Pro, you can trade it in for up to $375 off.
Verizon offers up its selection of LTE-enabled iPad Pro models — you actually can’t get a Wi-Fi-only model at the carrier. If you buy at Verizon, you stand to save a bit of money on your purchase in the long run, though you’ll have to commit to a two-year contract (which includes a $30 activation fee.)
iPad Pro with LTE is $150 off at Verizon
Commit to a 2-year contract and you’ll pay $699 before tax and activation fee.
Updated at 10:00AM ET, November 7th: The new iPad Pro is now available from Apple’s website, as well as from a growing list of other retailers.