Deal of the day: Apple iPad 10th Gen drops to best-ever price

Take a bite of out Apple's prices.

Apple's iPad 10th Gen falls to its best price ever, in all colours.

Apple iPAD 10th Gen (2022)

“Apple has colourfully reimagined the iPad to be more capable, more intuitive and even more fun. With an all‑screen design, 10.9‑inch Liquid Retina display and four gorgeous colours, it’s a powerful way to get things done, create and stay connected.”

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If someone asked you to think of the priciest brands out there, Apple would surely top your list. After all, the Vision Pro mixed reality headset debuted at an eye-watering $3,499, yet still somehow sold out. Cast your gaze just a couple of generations prior, though, and you could net yourself an absolute bargain. 

Apple’s 2022 iPad has fallen to its best price in the UK. The biggest saving comes from 22% off the 64GB model, bringing it down to just £389. The 256GB version has a 16% cut at £569. And the 256GB with cellular connections will set you back £749 with a 13% discount, not including the 4G or 5G plan. Given none of these have SD card slots, consider your storage needs carefully before buying. 

Keeping parity, these deals apply to all colours, letting you get your hands on silver, blue, pink, or yellow at no extra cost. The 10.9in screen is powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic APU with six CPU cores and four GPU cores. Both the front and rear cameras are 12MP, offering pretty good clarity for a tablet with 4K video recording. It also charges up via USB Type-C rather, so you’ll likely already have a cable spare. 

Apple has reduced the same iPad in the US, but it’s not quite the lowest we’ve seen. Instead, we recommend taking a journey back in time with Apple iPad 9th Gen. It might sport 2021’s A13 chip and the old Lightning connector but offers 64GB for $249, saving you 24%. 256GB is also just $379, saving you 21%. The latter is the best price we’ve spotted to date.

Apple MacBook Pro laptop product image against a white background.

Apple MacBook Pro (2023)

“All MacBook Pro models feature a brilliant Liquid Retina XDR display with 20% brighter SDR content, a built-in 1080p camera, an immersive six-speaker sound system, and a wide array of connectivity options.”

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If you fancy something a little fresher in your tech arsenal, Apple has even discounted its 2023 MacBook Pro laptops. With 9% off in the UK at £1,899.97, we’ve never seen it quite this low. 10% off in the US at $1,799 brings it close to its best price in the region. 

Naturally, you could get a beefier spec for a lower price, but Apple’s 2023 MacBook Pro isn’t a gaming machine. Instead, it excels at professional tasks like photo and video editing, and with greater efficiency than most (if not all) Windows laptops. The M3 Pro chip has 12 CPU cores and 18 GPU cores that can keep the thing running for up to 18 hours straight. That’s no small feat considering it powers a 14.2in Liquid Retina XDR display at up to 1,000nits when using HDR.

All of these deals are on Amazon, letting you benefit from a Prime subscription. As usual, we’ll keep looking out for the best hardware deals around. All you need to do to benefit is bookmark our deals page, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or subscribe to our free newsletter for discounts right in your inbox.