Apple’s 2020 11-inch iPad Pro can currently be snapped up with a very nice 19% discount applied. This ongoing offer brings the price of the Pro tablet down to just $649.99 for the 128GB variant.

If you purchase this 2020 iPad Pro, then you are going to be getting your hands on a tablet powerhouse that will is capable of taking care of most of your computing and mobile needs. It comes with a stunning 11-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color. It not only offers stunning clarity but has also been designed to offer lifelike visuals.

If you strip away the display, you are left with Apple’s own A12Z Bionic chip with an accompanying Neural Engine that is designed to offer blazing fast processing speeds and advanced machine learning. The hardware comes with the facilities to enable Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay and offers four-speaker audio and has five studio-quality microphones built-in.

You will get up to ten hours of battery life, a USB-C connector for charging and accessories, and support for the Magic Keyboard, the Smart Keyboard Folio, and, of course, the stunning Apple Pencil input device. If all of that isn’t enough for you, then you also get Apple’s iPadOS operating system installed out-of-the-box and access to over a million apps and games that have been specifically built with the iPad in mind.

If you are interested in this iPad Pro discount, then you should know what the next steps are by now. Simply head on over to the product link that’s listed below and fill in any blanks that you may have about the hardware. From there, pop it into your cart and go through with the usual Amazon checkout flow. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: 2020 Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) – Silver (2nd Generation) from Amazon: $649.99 | Original price: $799

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