Apple has officially released its iPad Pro (2022) (both 11” and 12.9”) alongside the new iPad (2022) on its official website, Apple.com, and in retail shops around 28 countries.
The starting price of the Wi-Fi model of the iPad Pro 11 with 128GB storage starts at $800 while that of cellular connectivity goes for $1,000. There is a storage option of up to 2TB at a slightly higher price. Apple also allows trade-in of older iPads for a discount on the new models.
The WI-Fi model iPad Pro 12.9 of 128GB retails at $1,100 while the 5G one goes for $1,300, with the same storage options of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB.
The iPads are also accessorized by the Magic Keyboards at $300 for the 11” tablet and $350 for the 12.9” tablet. There’s also the Apple Pencil (2nd gen) for $130 which the new Pros can detect from a short distance.
The new Apple iPad (2022) starts at a higher price than its predecessor, $450 for a 64GB option while the option that supports 5G is $600. The 9th gen tablet stops at 4G connectivity and retails at $460. The new models also support the older, first-gen Apple Pencil, which needs a Lightning port to charge, while the tablet comes with a USB-C port.