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Some iPad Pros cost £60 more as Apple quietly ups prices | Ars13 Sep 2017 Some iPad Pros cost £60 more as Apple quietly ups prices the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro receiving a $50 price increase.
Apple increases prices of select iPad Pro models due to rising12 Sep 2017 Apple today has quietly increased the prices of select iPad Pro models. the 256GB/512GB 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models by $50. This move is due to the rising cost of NAND flash memory chips, We started to experience some level of cost pressure on the .This'll eat up most of that savings.
Apple quietly increases iPad Pro prices by $50 or more - The Verge13 Sep 2017 Apple quietly increases iPad Pro prices by $50 or more That's now jumped up to $799 and $999, so you're forking out extra money for the
Some iPad Pros cost $50 more today as Apple quietly ups prices13 Sep 2017 Some iPad Pros cost $50 more today as Apple quietly ups prices, iPads didn't make an appearance in the new Steve Jobs Theater yesterday
Apple iPad Pro Price Quietly Raised by $50 With Same Specs13 Sep 2017 Why Did Apple Quietly Raise the iPad Pro's Price by $50? the company's iPad Pro tablets were $50 more expensive than they had $879 to $929, and the 512GB version now costs $1,129, up from $1,079. And its radio silence on the matter has some questioning what might have caused the change.
Apple Raises Prices on All 256 and 512GB iPad Pro Models by $5012 Sep 2017 Apple Raises Prices on All 256 and 512GB iPad Pro Models by $50 Apple Watch Series 3, and 4K Apple TV, Apple has quietly raised the prices on all of Prior to today, 12.9-inch iPad Pro pricing was $799/$899/$1099 for the certainly due to shortages of the components driving up costs for everyone.
Apple just raised the price of the iPad Pro without upgrading it – BGR13 Sep 2017 Apple TV 4K on Tuesday, Apple quietly bumped up the prices on all of Cellular models of the iPad Pro have increased in price by $50 as They just cost more now. the price bump, but MacRumors theorizes that the increased costs If you were planning on picking up a high-capacity iPad Pro, you
Apple quietly made some of its iPads more expensive - Business13 Sep 2017 The high-end iPad Pro models now cost $50 more. Uber to buy up to 24,000 Volvo SUVs for self-driving fleet .Meanwhile, it raised the price of high-end iPad Pro models by $50. their systems to the new prices but you may be able to score a deal under Apple's price if you're ready to buy one today.
Some iPad Pros now cost $50 more due to flash storage shortage13 Sep 2017 Everything you need to know about Apple's new iPhone and more. The tech titan has quietly raised some iPad Pros' prices by $50, and
Apple bumps up price on iPad Pro as flash costs climb • The Register13 Sep 2017 Apple bumps up price on iPad Pro as flash costs climb. Cupertino Idiot Tax gets a $50 increase to cover chip charges. By Shaun Nichols in San
Apple silently raises iPad Pro prices | Cult of MacThe iPhone isn't the only Apple product lineup that got a lot more expensive this week. Apple made a quiet adjustment to the price tags on all of its iPad Pros but prices shooting up during the second half of 2017, which seems like the most all know have a tendency to suddenly jump $50 in cost to suppliers like Apple.
Apple's iPad Pro tablets are now $50 more expensive after quiet13 Sep 2017 Apple has quietly raised the cost of most of its iPad Pro tablets, likely due to the Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: have also gone up by $50, and now retail for $130 more than the prices listed above. saying the company had “started to experience some level of cost pressure on
Apple discontinues (Product)Red iPhone 7, ups iPad Pro pricing12 Sep 2017 As for iPad Pro, Apple quietly upped the price of all 256GB and 512GB models by $50. but rising memory costs are likely to blame for the price hike. Prior to today, the 10.5-inch iPad with Wi-Fi and 256GB of storage ran $749, 256GB 12.9" in Silver (Wi-Fi Only) for $899.00 @Adorama * ($50 off + no tax