Apple revealed the updated iPad Pro range for 2021 at its Spring Loaded event, featuring impressive upgrades including (optional) 5G connectivity, an upgraded camera setup, Apple’s own desktop-level M1 chipset and even an upgraded Liquid Retina XDR display on the 12.9in model, all for the same price as last year’s offering.
With such significant improvements on offer for the same price, the only question is; where can I buy one? We answer all you need to know about buying the M1-powered iPad Pro 11 or iPad Pro 12.9 in the UK and US right here. We’ll also point you to any iPad Pro deals available right now.
When was the M1 iPad Pro range released?
Both the iPad Pro 11in and iPad Pro 12.9in are available to buy right now, following a release on 21 May 2021 – just over a month after they were first revealed by Apple.
Where can I buy the new iPad Pro in the UK and US?
The iPad Pro 11 and iPad Pro 12.9 are both available at the
Apple Store in the UK and US right now, and they’re also available at third-party retailers, and we’re already starting to see discounts.
Amazon and the
BT Shop have the biggest discounts at the moment, but unsurprisingly, the stock is going quickly!
The following retailers also have the new iPad Pro with M1 in stock:
Currys PC World (In stock) – up to £130 off with trade-in
John Lewis (In stock) – up to £150 off with trade-in
Very (In stock)
AO (In stock) – up to £280 off with trade-in
Argos (In stock)
While those in the US should head to the following:
Of course, with a 5G-enabled variant, you’ll also be able to pick up the new iPad Pro range from network carriers in the UK and US too.
Vodafone and EE are both offering cellular variants of the new range in the UK.
Vodafone is offering the entry-level 11in iPad Pro with 2GB of 5G data for £48 a month across 24 months with a £29 upfront cost, while
EE offers an identical 2GB package for £54 a month with no upfront cost.
It’s a similar story in the US, with
Verizon offering the 128GB 11in model for $29.99 a month with no upfront cost, and the 12.9in model for
$39.99 per month.
Sprint’s plans on the
11in iPad Pro and start at $30 per month and $279.99 upfront, while plans for the
12.9in iPad Pro start at $30 per month and $579.99 upfront.
How much does the new iPad Pro range cost?
The new iPad Pro range largely costs the same as the 2020 range, although the entry-level iPad Pro 11 has seen a £20 price reduction in the UK.
iPad Pro 11 M1 (Wi-Fi)
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 128GB): £749/$799
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 256GB): £849/$899
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 512GB): £1,049/$1,099
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 1TB): £1,399/$1,499
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 2TB): £1,749/$1,899
iPad Pro 11 M1 (Cellular)
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 128GB, 5G): £899/$999
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 256GB, 5G): £999/$1,099
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 512GB, 5G): £1,199/$1,299
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 1TB, 5G): £1,549/$1,699
- iPad Pro 11in (2021, 2TB, 5G): £1,899/$2,099
iPad Pro 12.9 M1 (Wi-Fi)
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 128GB): £999/$1,099
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 256GB): £1,099/$1,199
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 512GB): £1,299/$1,399
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 1TB): £1,649/$1,799
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 2TB): £1,999/$2,199
iPad Pro 12.9 M1 (Cellular)
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 128GB, 5G): £1,149/$1,299
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 256GB, 5G): £1,249/$1,399
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 512GB, 5G): £1,449/$1,599
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 1TB, 5G): £1,799/$1,999
- iPad Pro 12.9in (2021, 2TB, 5G): £2,149/$2,399