UK iPad Pro prices increase 25 percent

Since yesterday, when Apple unveiled its new iPad Pro models, the cost of the tablets has increased significantly in the UK. The cost of the pills has increased by 25% even though it is the same in the USA.

Before the new iPad Pro tablets were unveiled yesterday, the 11-inch iPad Pro had a starting price of £719 and the 12.9-inch model had a starting price of £999.

Since the release of the M2 iPad Pro, the cost of these new tablets has increased in the UK by 25%.

The price of both iPad Pro models, which were previously £1,249 for the 12.9-inch model and £899 for the 11-inch variant, has increased by 25%.

The recent decrease in the value of the pound against the dollar, despite a slight rebound, may be one of the reasons for the UK iPad Pro price increase.

Apple is also increasing the price of a number of its other items in the UK. For instance, the iPad Air is now £669 instead of £669 as it was previously. The cost of the iPad Mini also increased from £479 to £569.

The price of the Apple AirTag has also gone up; a single device now costs £35 rather than the previous £29 price. A four-AirTag package now costs £119 instead of £99, an increase.

If Apple’s sales in the UK are affected by these price increases, it will be interesting to observe, although £1249 for a 12.9-inch iPad Pro is a hefty price rise.

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