Need some additional (though circumstantial) proof that Apple will in fact announce a new 10.5" iPad Pro on June 5 at its WorldWide Developer Conference? OK then, how about a big price cut for the device that is widely considered to be the predecessor of that tablet?
The iPad Pro 9.7 can now be had for only $474.99 with 32GB of storage, if you don't mind shopping at Best Buy. That's a whopping $125 off the usual price, and $25 less than the lowest price we've seen for this model yet. Surely it's all just one big coincidence, and not a stock clearing sale, right?
Well, you'll be the judge of that. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is said to be the successor to this 9.7" model, coming with an almost identical overall footprint but a bigger screen thanks to smaller bezels. If you don't care about that, however (and the performance bump that will inevitably come too), then buying the iPad Pro 9.7 at $474.99 is quite a steal.
The kind of devices are useless. Apple is smart to stay clear. They're good as neither tablets (too heavy) or computers (too small screens). Surface Pro for example is destroyed by *any* $800 ultrabook and I struggle why anyone would prefer it a...
that would be great, and if it would also dual boot iOS and OS X, but I'm afraid that this will stay a dream
There is not only 10.5 ipad. It is 2 in 1 like new surface pro , but it is most powerfull (macbook+ipad) And 3D touch technology available in this device.