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iPad Pro 9.7 UK price and release date

What is the UK price of the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro and when can I pre-order and buy the iPad Pro 9.7-inch model?

Apple has just launched its new, smaller version of the iPad Pro, simply called the 9.7-inch iPad Pro (check out our complete guide to the iPad Pro 9.7, including the best features and how it stacks up to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro). Here’s when you can pre-order and buy the iPad Pro 9.7 in the UK and how much it will cost.

When can I pre-order or buy the iPad Pro 9.7-inch?

The good news is that you can pre-order the iPad Pro 9.7 through Apple’s website on Thursday March 24th, just three days after Apple’s launch. However, the 9.7-inch model doesn’t go on sale until March 31st, exactly one week later.

How much does the iPad Pro 9.7-inch cost in the UK?

Model Cost
9.7-inch iPad Pro 32GB WiFi £499
9.7-inch iPad Pro 32GB WiFi + Cellular £599
9.7-inch iPad Pro 128GB WiFi £619
9.7-inch iPad Pro 128GB WiFi + Cellular £719
9.7-inch iPad Pro 256GB WiFi £739
9.7-inch iPad Pro 256GB WiFi + Cellular £839

The 9.7-inch model of the iPad Pro starts from £499 for the 32GB model, with WiFi connectivity. If you want to add cellular support (with LTE connectivity), this price rises by a hundred pounds to £599.

The next model of iPad Pro 9.7 is the 128GB version, which costs £619 here in the UK. Again, that’s for the WiFi model. If you want the WiFi and cellular version, it’s another hundred pounds on top, giving a price of £719.

The biggest, most expensive version of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is the 256GB model, which costs £739 in the UK for WIFi only. For WiFi and cellular, you’ll need to stump up £839.

Is the iPad Pro 9.7 cheaper than the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro?

Yes, significantly. The original iPad Pro costs £679 for the 32GB model, £799 for the 128GB model and £919 for the 256GB model. If you want to add cellular support, that’s another £100 on top each time (note that there is no cellular model for the 32GB version).

That means the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro is almost £200 cheaper than the original iPad Pro in like-for-like form, while also offering a new WiFi and cellular option for the 32GB model.

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