The best iPad Pro 11 prices in December 2022

The iPad Pro 11 on a black background
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The aim of this page is to round up the lowest iPad Pro 11 prices around so you can save some money on the smaller of Apple's two iPad Pros. The iPad Pro 11 came out alongside its bigger sibling, the iPad Pro 12.9, back in May 2021. And while that might feel like a long time ago by today's tech standard, they remain the newest and most powerful iPad Pros to date for now.

The 2021 iPad Pro 11 has almost all of the advantages of the iPad Pro 12.9 in terms of specs, coming with Apple's own M1 chip. It also has the benefit of being easier to carrier around and, best of all, a little cheaper too. So what's a good iPad Pro 11 price? Since this is Apple we're talking about, we're unlikely to ever see it massively knocked down, but we now often see around  $100 / £100 shaved off the retail price of $799 / £749 for the base configuration.

If you find that even the best iPad Pro 11 prices are still too expensive, we can recommend taking a look at the iPad Air 4 generation price and the best iPad Air 5 prices and iPad mini prices. Those devices don't offer the same level of performance but they can easily handle most people's requirements. And with rumours bubbling that we might see an Amazon fall event, make sure you're keeping tabs on our Apple Prime Day deals page, because we'll be posting everything there if we get another sale.

The lowest iPad Pro 11 prices

Product shot of the iPad pro 11 2021

(Image credit: Apple)

iPad Pro 11-inch (M1, 2021)

The smaller version of the iPad Pro offers stunning power in a portable form

Stylus support: Apple Pencil 2 | Screen size: 11-inch | Resolution: 2388 x 1668 pixels | Weight: 471g | Dimensions: 9.74 x 7.02 x 0.23 inches | OS: iPadOS 14 | CPU: Apple M1 chip | Storage: 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB/2TB | Rear cameras: 12MP, 10 MP ultra-wide | Front camera: 12MP

Super fast M1 processor
Starts at the same price as 2020 model
Cheaper and portable than the 12.9in iPad Pro
Doesn't have the XDR display of 12.9-inch

The latest 11-inch iPad Pro (2021) provides excellent performance thanks to Apple's stunning M1 chip. You can zip through games, AR and more demanding apps with incredible speed thanks to that impressive brain at the helm. Apple states that the 8-core processor offers a 50% jump in performance over the 2020 model, with a 40% boost in GPU performance as well. 

For those after a more powerful tablet compared to the iPad 10.2, then, but don't need to commit to the more expensive 12.9-inch version, the 11-inch is a solid middle-ground given it's up to $300 / £300 less than the larger device. And while the 11-inch iPad Pro doesn't offer the XDR display of the 12.9-inch model (this offers even better brightness and contrast), you still get the larger 2TB storage option which is the largest we've seen on an iPad to date.

Discounts tend to be small, but not unheard of. We've seen $100/£100 off the starting configurations of the 11-inch iPad Pro, taking the price down from $799 / £749 to around $699 / $649 for the 128GB model, but we have very occasionally seen bigger savings on the big 1TB and 2TB versions. The biggest saving we've ever seen was $400 off in the US. See our full 11-inch iPad Pro (2021) review for more details on the tablet itself.

Is the iPad Pro 11 as good as the iPad Pro 12.9

In most aspects, yes, the iPad Pro 11 is a good as its larger sibling. The specs of the two devices are almost the same. The key difference, other than the size, is that the iPad Pro 12.9 boasts a Liquid Retina XDR (extreme dynamic range) display, which offers improved brightness and contrast.

However, many people will find benefits in the iPad Pro 11's smaller form, which makes it easier to hold in one hand, easier to carry and easier to use in places like public transport. And of course, it's also a good bit cheaper than the larger Pro too. To see where both tablets fit in the wider iPad family see our full iPad generations list.

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Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative tech magazines and websites at Future Publishing for 13 years. He started this journey as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, and in 2012 found himself bridging the magazine/website divide as Commissioning Editor on the newly launched Creative Bloq. Since then he took the editor role on ImagineFX, was Launch Editor of the fine art magazine Paint & Draw, moved to Canon Pro Europe website as Deputy Editor, and then edited the graphic design magazine Computer Arts. In 2020 he moved back to Creative Bloq, the biggest global art and design website, and as Deals Editor has applied his expertise in creative tech to help digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need and love. Outside of work, Beren is an avid rock climber and music nut.