Apple's New iPad Lineup, From Mini to Pro: $329 to $1,899

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With the launch of the new iPad Pro, Apple offers 28 different models of tablet, not including colors. Here's a top-to-bottom look at Apple's full iPad lineup, from the iPad mini up to the brand new 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Curiously, Apple is charging a $150 premium on the new cellular-equipped iPad Pro models, up from $130 in the rest of the lineup.


iPad mini 4 - 7.9-inch

$399 - 128GB
$529 - 128GB + Cellular

iPad 9.7-inch

$329 - 32GB
$429 - 128GB
$459 - 32GB + Cellular
$559 - 128GB + Cellular

iPad Pro 10.5-inch (old)

$649 - 64GB
$799 - 256GB
$999 - 512GB
$779 - 64GB + Cellular
$929 - 256GB + Cellular
$1,129 - 512GB + Cellular

iPad Pro 11-inch

$799 - 64GB
$949 - 256GB
$1,149 - 512GB
$1,549 - 1TB
$949 - 64GB + Cellular
$1,099 - 256GB + Cellular
$1,299 - 512GB + Cellular
$1,699 - 1TB + Cellular

iPad Pro 12.9-inch

$999 - 64GB
$1,149 - 256GB
$1,349 - 512GB
$1,749 - 1TB
$1,149 - 64GB + Cellular
$1,299 - 256GB + Cellular
$1,499 - 512GB + Cellular
$1,899 - 1TB + Cellular

At the top of the lineup is the $1,899 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 1 terabyte of storage plus cellular, the most expensive iPad ever. That's more expensive than a good chunk of Apple's Mac lineup.

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tkermit

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Great prices. I still think the iPad Pro is way to cheap, and should start with 16gb of storage for base configuration. Most people don’t need More than 16gb of storage
So true. 16 GB ought to be enough for anybody.
 
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Balanced

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It's a weird decision still offering the 10.5" pro from the last gen - seems like they just wanted something at absolutely every price point
Have no insider knowledge. My guess would be that this is not a decision per se, but rather a need to unload inventory of already made previous-generation iPads, or their components, and to perhaps fulfill Apple’s contractual obligations to suppliers, signed way back then, when sales projections were rosier.
 

Pez555

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This is the first REAL time I have actually been shocked at the pricing of an Apple product. I mean £1800 for an iPad? It’s INSANE. I could just about accept the £1000 iPhone but damn.
 

Relentless Power

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This is the first REAL time I have actually been shocked at the pricing of an Apple product. I mean £1800 for an iPad? It’s INSANE. I could just about accept the £1000 iPhone but damn.
The iPad price increase doesn’t shock me. And look at the price of the stainless steel Apple Watch increasing as well, it’s now $750 for the 44MM as another example, compared to how it started at $600.00 years back. Bur in this sense of upgrading my iPad, I don’t upgrade annually with that specific device, so this will be welcomed and I expect to use it for the next three or four years with support.
 

rui no onna

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The iPad price increase doesn’t shock me. And look at the price of the stainless steel Apple Watch increasing as well, it’s now $750 for the 44MM as another example, compared to how it started at $600.00 years back. Bur in this sense of upgrading my iPad, I don’t upgrade annually with that specific device, so this will be welcomed and I expect to use it for the next three or four years with support.
In fairness, Apple did have $15K Apple Watch Edition initially. :p