The iPad Pro is on sale at Amazon — save $100


TL;DR: The all-powerful iPad Pro is the latest and greatest tablet from Apple — save $100 on Amazon and score one for just $699.

When you think of a tablet, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely Apple’s iPad — that’s because their stellar products have made themselves synonymous with high quality, and the company has pretty much taken over the tech industry zeitgeist with its smartphones, computers, smartwatches, and more. The downside to Apple products, though, is that they can cost you a pretty penny. That’s why when one goes on sale, we feel the urge to talk about it.

And that’s exactly what’s happening today — the latest and greatest iPad Pro from Apple is a whole $100 off on Amazon. Scoring this kind of deal is a rarity, so hop on it.  Read more...

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