Deal: $70 off on 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 512GB and 256GB model

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Deal $70 off on 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 512GB and 256GB model

This time you can get $70 off on 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 512GB and 256GB storage, and Wi-Fi only model on the TigerDirect website which is now showing a price of $1,229 instead of its regular listing i.e. $1,299 for 512GB model while the 256GB model available now only for $1,029 instead of $1,099.

  • Save $70 on 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 512GB, Wi-Fi | TigerDirect.com
  • Save $70 on 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 256GB, Wi-Fi | TigerDirect.com

The Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation) is equipped with powerful features that will provide you with an outstanding and seamless user experience. It is powered by the latest Apple-designed A12Z Bionic Chip with Neural Engine, which ensures desktop-class performance and outstanding responsiveness when dealing with your apps and games.

Aside from that, it has a massive storage capacity of 256GB and 512GB, which can hold all of your important data and files. It provides a safe storage option for your documents, photos, videos, apps, and games. The latest 12.9″ iPad Pro has an edge-to-edge Liquid Retina monitor with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color for a full user experience.

Face ID allows you to unlock your iPad Pro, log in to applications, and pay with a single glance. It also has a 12MP Wide camera, a 10MP Ultra Wide camera, and a LiDAR Scanner, allowing you to take the most amazing images and record the most breathtaking videos.

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