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Apple iPad Pro gets big price drop in unmissable January sale deal

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If an iPad Pro was top of your Christmas list last year but Santa didn't deliver, never fear. Right now, B&H Photo is offering a number of incredible Apple deals, including a $70 saving on a brand new 2020, 12.9-inch iPad Pro – now just $1,029

Across the pond in the UK, Amazon is also offering an equally brilliant deal on a slightly lower spec iPad Pro model. Usually £969, the space grey iPad Pro is now just £912 – that's almost £60 off the retail price! 

This 2020 iPad Pro boasts a 12Z Bionic chip, which rivals that of laptops available today. It also houses an eight-core graphics processor that can handle everything from gaming to 4K video editing, with ease. We last saw this deal come up over the Black Friday weekend last year, which sold out super quick so it's great to see it return for the new year.

Apple iPad Pro (2020): $
Best deal: US

Apple iPad Pro (2020): $1,099 $1,029 at B&H Photo
Save $70:
Get a whopping $70 off this 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 256GB of storage, a powerful A12Z Bionic chip, Face ID, Wi-FI, 12 megapixel camera with 4K HD video, and up to 10 hours of battery life.

Apple iPad Pro (2020): $999

Apple iPad Pro (2020): $999 $949 at Amazon
Save $50:
A slightly smaller saving here but still worth a look, Amazon has knocked $50 off this fourth generation, 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi and 128GB SSD. Perfect if you don't need that much storage space, and all for well under a grand.

Apple iPad Pro (2020): £969
Best deal: UK

Apple iPad Pro (2020): £969 £912 at Amazon
Save £57:
This UK deal is the cheapest you'll find this iPad Pro model on the web. Now just over £900, this is an incredible price for this super-powerful tablet, armed with Wi-Fi and 128GB SSD.  

Apple iPad Pro (2018): £769

Apple iPad Pro (2018): £769 £726.70 at Amazon
Save £42:
It might not be the shiny new version, but this 2018 iPad Pro model still packs a punch. Complete with 11-inch screen, Wi-Fi and 128GB SSD, this quality device can handle even the most complex of tasks – and it's a steal at just over £700.

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Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.