TechRadaru Apple has released new iPad Pro models that have been priced cheaper than their predecessors.
Apple has been using the low-end iPad Pro as a base for its new iPad lineup, which includes the $549 16GB model and the $799 64GB model.
Both the 32GB and 64GB models feature Wi-Fi, NFC, 4K video, and a 4K display.
But the 32G model features only Wi-Flex and only has 802.11ac Wi-AC3 for video and audio.
The 64GB iPad Pro model also only has Wi-FI, NFC and a fingerprint reader.
The 16GB and 32GB models will both be available in October for $5.99 and $6.99, respectively.
However, the 64GB version of the iPad Pro will be available starting October 20, and the 64G version will be released in October of the same year.
The new iPad models are priced at $549, $799, and $1,199, respectively, and include LTE, a microSD card slot, and Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, and Lightning ports.