Apple announced a 2021 refresh to its iPad Pro lineup, which now includes the same powerful and efficient M1 processor that’s in its MacBook Air, Pro, and Mac mini computers. Both the new 11-inch and 12.9-inch models will feature the chip, as well as a Thunderbolt port and optional 5G support. The display on the larger tablet has received a particularly big boost, jumping to a Liquid Retina XDR Mini LED screen. My colleague Monica Chin has gone deeper on more of this year’s big improvements.
If you have your eye on the new iPad Pro, preorders begin today, April 30th, with shipping beginning the week of May 21st. Preorders are available at several retailers, including Apple’s direct website and Amazon.
Where to buy the 11-inch M1 iPad Pro
The 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799 for 128GB of storage and Wi-Fi connectivity. The model with LTE and 5G support costs $200 more.
If you are looking for this specific model, you can buy it at Apple’s direct website, Amazon, B&H Photo, Best Buy, and Target.
Apple’s latest 11-inch iPad Pro has the M1 processor, a Thunderbolt 4, and the option to add 5G and more RAM. It starts at $799 for the 128GB Wi-Fi version, going up from there. The cellular model starts at $999.
Where to buy the 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro
If you want the big 12.9-inch iPad Pro, that model starts at $1,099 and comes with 128GB of storage.
The high-end M1 iPad Pro is available for preorder at Apple, Amazon, B&H Photo, Best Buy, and Target.
Apple’s new 12.9-inch iPad Pro features an M1 processor, as well as a new Liquid Retina XDR Mini LED screen. It costs $100 more for the base configuration this year, starting at $1,099 for a 128GB Wi-Fi-enabled tablet. It starts at $1,299 if you opt for cellular service.