At its Spring Loaded event on Tuesday, Apple unveiled the fifth-generation iPad Pro. A report expected the 12.9-inch model to have a “modest” price increase, which happened. In some countries, it was much more than “moderate.”
According to Nukeni, which shaped the price of 2021 iPad Pro worldwide, the United States and Hong Kong have the cheapest iPad Pro available, while Sweden and Brazil have the priciest models. In the case of Brazil, the iPad can cost up to twice more than a model sold in the US.
2021 iPad Pro from the cheapest to the priciest
IPad Pro 11-inch Wi-Fi with 128GB
- United States: $ 799.00
- Hong Kong: $ 824.29
- Sweden: $ 1,122.48
- Brazil: $ 1,938.88
The iPad Pro’s 11-inch base model is $ 1,000 larger than the iPad in the US.
IPad Pro 12.9-inch Wi-Fi with 128GB
- United States: $ 1,099
- Hong Kong: $ 1,133.45
- Sweden: $ 1,536.25
- Brazil: $ 2,657.05
The exact same goes with the base 12.9-inch iPad Pro model. Brazil could buy two 12.9-inch models in the US while it didn’t even buy one in Brazil.
Wi-Fi + 12.9-inch iPad Pro Cellular with 2TB
- United States: $ 2,399.00
- Hong Kong: $ 2,408.73
- Sweden: $ 3,309.54
- Brazil: $ 5,386.11
With full specs, the iPad 2021 in Brazil costs slightly more than the Pro Display XDR in the US.
Not only today is the South American country topping the list with the most expensive Apple products, but every time the difference grows.
In the list, European countries also pay more for an iPad than their Asian counterparts. To see the full list and see where your country ranks, click here.
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