New markdowns are in effect on Apple's latest hardware, with 2018 MacBook Airs up to $150 off. The 11-inch iPad Pro is also on sale, with prices starting at $729 after $70 to $100 in savings. Meanwhile, those looking for a 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro can pick up current Touch Bar models at up to $150 off. And AirPods are back in stock.
Discounts on Apple products are heating up as CES winds down. Grab a 2018 iPad for $279 to use with newly announced iOS-connected devices, or pick up an upgraded 13-inch MacBook Pro from just $1,349. Apple's 2017 12.9-inch iPad Pros are also on sale from $699 after clearance markdowns.
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Now through 11:59 p.m. Eastern, B&H is knocking $40 to $100 off Apple's new 2018 iPad Pro. Both 11-inch and 12.9-inch models are discounted, with free expedited shipping and no tax in many states. These holiday deals end soon, so grab the savings while you can.
Most reviews of the 2018 iPad Pro focus on asking if the new device can finally replace a laptop — but that's the wrong question. The real question is, does Apple truly want the iPad Pro to replace a laptop?
The new 2018 iPad Pro is a marvel of engineering, with a brilliant new design and a chip so powerful that it gives even the most premium laptops a run for their money. AppleInsider takes a closer look at its performance, to see if it is worth getting the new model, or buying 2017 10.5-inch iPad Pro at a discounted price.
In what is the first material discount off MSRP on Apple's latest hardware, MacMall is knocking $50 off select 2018 iPad Pros, as well as Apple's standard Late 2018 13-inch MacBook Air. Prices start at just $899 after the cash discount, with free shipping as well.
Apple has revealed major changes to the iPad Pro lineup, with new models sporting an iPhone X-inspired design with near edge-to-edge displays, as well as the removal of the Home button in favor of using Face ID.
More signs that new iPad Pro models are on the way have surfaced, with an app analytics platform claiming to see logs of model identifiers for unreleased models for the tablet, labels that seemingly correlate with other rumors about the 2018 refresh.
A new set of filings at a Chinese regulator suggests the refreshed iPad Pro could land soon, with the filing revealing three model numbers for the device, including some that have appeared in leaks from earlier this year.
Later this month, Apple is expected to update its iPad Pro lineup with new models featuring Face ID biometric authentication and near bezel-less displays. According to the latest rumors, the redesigned tablets might also be equipped with a new "Magnetic Connector" and support for an updated Apple Pencil.
Lines of code unearthed in Apple's first iOS 12.1 beta, released earlier on Tuesday, suggest a future version of the operating system will support syncing of Memoji characters over iCloud, a feature that points to potential integration with a rumored iPad Pro with TrueDepth camera array. Further spelunking reveals references to an "iPad2018Fall," hinting that the device could launch soon.
Apple is poised to announce three new iPhones and possibly much more at its fall press event, starting at 10 a.m. Pacific time (1 p.m. Eastern) on Sept. 12. Follow along with AppleInsider while you watch on one of multiple sources this year, including Twitter.
Computer renders based on leaked CAD images could offer a first look at Apple's next-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, complete with slim-bezel display, iPhone-esque antenna "lines" and an angular chassis reminiscent of the iPhone 4 series.
A supposed leak has surfaced, showing a new case allegedly designed for refreshed iPad Pro models, with the internal shots of the plain case appearing to have a new cut-out on one side that could be used for the rumored relocated Smart Connector.