With four models and five screen sizes to choose from, Apple’s iPad line aims to provide a device suitable for everyone. Whether it’s a streaming device, some work and play, or a complete PC replacement.
And what makes the popular tablets even more attractive is that they are all heavily discounted on Amazon. The entry-level iPad, iPad Mini, and iPad Air all drop to their new low prices, with the iPad Pro returning to its previous all-time lows.
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Starting at $268.99, Originally $329
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, but the 9th generation iPad at full price is an unbeatable value. It’s now at a new all-time low of just $269, full 18% off MSRP $329.
At this price you get a classic design complete with a home button and 10.2″ Retina display. It’s perfect for navigating iPadOS, streaming content, FaceTiming with friends, and even playing games. You can even split the screen and multitask. It is also powered by the Apple A13 Bionic chip and comes with a storage capacity of 64GB.
Starting at $399, Originally $499
Apple’s redesigned iPad Mini has been around for quite some time and is a very portable option, and it doesn’t compromise on performance. It’s a full $100 discount for only $399 for the 64GB Wi-Fi model.
Speed things up with an A15 Bionic chip — the same Apple chip that powers the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus — and featuring an 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display. There’s a Touch ID sensor built into the power button on top for easy unlocking, and the second-generation Apple Pencil is magnetically attached to the side. Plus, when it’s stored there it charges wirelessly.
The iPad Mini is excellent for content screaming, gaming, and especially note-taking thanks to its small size.
Starting at $518.99, Originally $599.99
The fifth-generation iPad Air usually costs $559, a small discount from the $599 price tag. But it’s down to $518.99, which is like the 9th generation 13% off.
If you are looking for power, the iPad Air delivers because it is powered by the M1 chip. This is the same processor found in the MacBook Air and in the 11-inch or 12.9-inch iPad Pro. You can run pretty much any application or workflow imaginable, like the ability to export 4K movies in Lumafusion and multitasking to your heart’s content.
It’s like the Pro model for everyone and offers a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display.
Starting at $611.89, it was originally $999
The 11-inch iPad Pro makes things better with slimmer bezels and a Face ID sensor for easy unlocking or authentication. Plus, the 11-inch Liquid Retina display can expand to a smooth 120Hz refresh rate for ProMotion. It is also powered by an M1 chip and delivers full stereo sound. You also get a 12MP ultra-wide and 12MP ultra-wide camera on the back.
It’s down to $611.89 for the Wi-Fi, 128GB model.
Starting at $898, Originally $1,099
The flagship iPad is the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and shares many of the same features as the 11-inch Pro. This includes an M1 chip for a speedy experience, full iPadOS support with Stage Manager support in sight, two rear cameras, Face ID on the front, and stereo audio.
It’s top league though, with a larger 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 Wide colours. In my testing, it’s one of the best displays I’ve ever used on a tablet since it’s a small LED display. Colors become very vibrant and provide great contrast.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro 128GB Wi-Fi is available at 18% off for just $898, which is the full $201 off.
Prices are accurate and items are in stock at time of posting.