The 11in iPad Pro is among the most capable tablets on the market right now, sporting Apple’s desktop-level M1 silicon chipset alongside all the other benefits of the iPad Pro range, including 120Hz ProMotion support, a portable form factor and support for the latest and greatest Apple accessories like the Apple Pencil 2 and Magic Keyboard.

The problem is, the capabilities of the tablet mean the iPad Pro 11 is a pricey tablet that starts at £749 in the UK. That’s what makes a limited-time deal from Amazon all the more tempting, offering the top-end iPad Pro 11 for much less than the RRP.  

Right now, Amazon is offering a staggering £650 off the top-end iPad Pro 11 with 2TB of storage and cellular connectivity – a reduction of 34%. While it’s still expensive at £1,248, it’s a much more tempting option for those that need the extra storage and cellular connectivity.

It’s available exclusively with the silver finish, and unlike some Amazon deals, it’s available for next-day delivery too.

Get the iPad Pro 11 (M1, 2TB, Cellular) for £1,248 at Amazon

But what if you want the bigger iPad Pro 12.9in with its upgraded Mini-LED display? While it doesn’t have quite as much money off, Amazon currently lists the top-end iPad Pro 12.9 with 2TB of storage and Wi-Fi for £1,742, a saving of £256 compared to its RRP.

Get the iPad Pro 12.9 (M1, 2TB, Wi-Fi) for £1,742 at Amazon

Prices on Amazon tend to fluctuate fairly often, so if you’re tempted by either iPad Pro deal, you’d better move quickly to avoid disappointment. It’s not every day that there’s a £650 discount on an iPad Pro, after all!

When we reviewed the latest iPad Pro 11, we were impressed by how versatile it was. Resident tech expert Neil Bennet remarked that the latest tablet could be "considered both a perfect digital art tool and a 'throw in any bag and go' laptop replacement", praising the power, portability and quality of the accessories available for the 11in model.

If you want to find out more, take a look at our four-star iPad Pro 11 (2021) review to see if it’s the right tablet for you.

If you need a little more inspiration, take a look at our iPad buyers guide, and if it’s an Android tablet you’re after, we’ve selected the best tablets separately.