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Apple's latest iPad is back down to $250 in Amazon's tablet sale

There are solid savings to be had on all models.
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Amazon has slashed prices across Apple's range of iPads, and there are savings to be had whatever model you might be in the market for. The $250 10.2 inch 32GB deal is back again -- great for people on a budget. It's not the lowest price ever, but a saving of $79 off the usual list price is not to be sneezed at.

The biggest savings to be had are with the WiFi 128GB model, on sale for $330 and down from $429 -- the all-time lowest price on Amazon. WiFi + cellular offers the same $99 off its usual $559, and is now on offer for $460.

The iPad Pro WiFi model, meanwhile, is now on sale for $1,049 -- a hundred bucks down on the list price of $1,149. For a little more you could pick up the WiFi + cellular version, on sale for $1,195 instead of $1,299. We scored it 84 in our in-depth review.

Finally, the iPad Air, which earned a strong 90 points in our review. Yes, there's only two speakers and the old Apple Pencil is a bit of a drag, but its snappy performance, solid battery life and excellent display means its $52 discount -- $597 instead of $649 -- is a welcome bonus to anyone considering making a purchase.

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