Right now, via Amazon, it is possible to snag yourself more than $100 off various models of Apple’s stunning 12.9-inch iPad Pro. With this level of discount, Jeff Bezos’ Amazon is bringing back the Black Friday pricing on iPad Pro and giving everyone an opportunity to pick Apple’s behemoth tablet up for less.

Many people see the 12.9-inch iPad Pro as a luxury item or only for those who have a real tangible reason for wanting something like to use as a professional piece of hardware. After all, if you use this on a day-to-day basis for work and can expense it and get some tax exemption, that’s a double-win, right? With that said, with the price dropping to what is an all-time low, and a lot lower than other retailers, it may be the time to think about picking this up.

With the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, you are going to be getting one of the most impressive and performant tablets on the market. It offers a gorgeous Liquid Retina display with True Tone and ProMotion technologies. It comes packaged with Apple’s A12X Bionic Chip behind that stunning display and has the company’s Neural Engine alongside it. It offers Face ID for secure authentication and access to Apple Pay. It even works as a decent photography device – if you want to be waving a near-13-inch device around, of course!

Note: Please make sure that you check out the different sellers which are offering up to $199 off on the iPad Pro.

Buy: 12.9-inch iPad Pro in various capacities from Amazon: Up to $199 off

If you are looking to snare yourself a stunning iPad Pro with access to the latest version of iPadOS, the App Store, and what feels like an endless slew of games and apps, then pick your model carefully and keep in mind that some discounts may be applied at checkout so don’t worry if you don’t see the expected price reductions immediately.

This is a great opportunity to pick up Apple’s hardware with a very notable price reduction applied to it. So, with that in mind, act now and pick up the highly-rated iPad Pro while you can at this price.

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