The nature of the Black Friday deals is that if you blink, there’s a good chance you’ll miss them. That’s what happened with Amazon’s iPad Pro (2020) deals, which started in advance of Black Friday, but expired early on in the day.
But wait, they’re back! Only a matter of hours after we noticed they were taken down, Amazon’s iPad Pro deals are back on again – maybe the retailer found stock hidden away at the back of a warehouse or something.
These deals knock up to $150 off the price in the US of the new generation of iPad Pro, in both its 11-inch and 12.9-inch frames. In the UK, we’re seeing solid discounts but they’re not as cheap as the deals in the US.
While the early deals were on all storage sizes, not all of them have returned, so stock is clearly limited. For more such deals, check out our Black Friday iPad deal page or our Black Friday tablet roundup.
Black Friday US iPad Pro deals
iPad Pro 11-inch (128GB, 2020):
$799 $729 at Amazon
The most portable iPad Pro comes with Apple’s super-fast A12Z Bionic CPU and all the same specs as the larger 12.9-inch version, but it’s cheaper if you don’t need the larger Retina display. 128GB is enough storage for working, streaming, and gaming on the move – and with a $50 discount it’s currently cheaper than ever. There are also bigger configurations on sale at Amazon too:
$799 $729 | 256GB: $899 $799 | 512GB: $1,099 $849.99 | 1TB: $1,299 $1,249
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (128GB, 2020):
$999 $934.92 at Amazon
The newest iPad Pro sports a stunning 12.9-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display, and the fastest processor you’ll find in any tablet – and right now it’s $70 less than usual at Amazon. The 128GB configuration is the cheapest version of this device, but if you want more storage, you’ll find savings on all versions of Apple’s premium tablet at Amazon right now:
$999 $934.92 | 256GB: $1,099 $999 | 512GB: $1,299 $1,149 | 1TB: $1,499 $1,349
Black Friday UK iPad Pro deals
As we’ve said, there’s no way of knowing how long these deals could stay live – they might sell out as soon as we publish this article, but we’d really hope not – so if you’re looking to buy one of these tablets, act fast.
Apple’s iPad Pro line constitutes its absolute top-end tablet range. These slates have good-looking screens, powerful processors and Apple Pencil compatibility.
They were only released earlier this year, so any price cut is pretty good, but given the iPad Pro tablets are expensive devices, it might take this reduction to make them viable for many people.
Not in the US or UK? Check for iPad Pro (2020) prices in your region below.
TechRadar is scouring every retailer and rounding up all the top deals over the Black Friday period, and we’ve put all the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals in easy-to-navigate articles to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.