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It'll be a while yet before new 9.7-inch models come out, so the discount on this Apple product is predictably paltry. But it's on Amazon right now.
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A good, modern iPad that doesn't take Apple Pencil input costs just $250. Best Buy follows up a trade-in discount with a more decent flat discount.
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By the time we were able to check order statuses on the iPad 9.7, shipments were already moved into early April. But for fast fingers, it's a fast iPad.
The New York-based retailer now has pre-orders open for the new 9.7-inch iPads. But you can save a few bucks and get a decent, affordable iPad, too.
In many cases, these discounts are roughly in the range of US$20 to US$50, which makes Apple's claim about this iPad being "the most affordable" one pretty true. Just don't worry about the Apple Pencil.
Apple's new 9.7-inch iPad will be available on and offline from Verizon and T-Mobile on Friday, March 30, while Best Buy is offering a free included $25 e-gift card with early orders.
Apple is touting this as the most affordable iPad yet with the option for users to grab hold of the Apple Pencil (for $99) and take their experience by the reins.
A new low-cost iPad with a 9.7-inch screen and classroom focus is practically guaranteed to see daylight on March 27, unlike that oft-rumored affordable 13-inch MacBook.
An education-focused Apple event on March 27 sounds perfect for the announcement of an oft-rumored new 9.7-inch iPad and 13-inch MacBook.
Speculation is slowly ramping up about a $999 or so 13-inch MacBook with a high-res screen due out by the end of Q2, alongside a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad.
It's certainly not surprising to hear a (relatively) affordable new iPhone and iPad are in the pipeline, but Apple could also gear up to launch (more) budget-friendly MacBook Air and HomePod versions this year.
Apple may want to target an even wider audience with a 2018 edition of the 9.7-inch iPad priced as low as $259, compared to $329 right now.
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A free $25 coupon may not sound like much, but it's better than nothing, and it can also be combined with trade-in deals from Best Buy for that new iPad.