T-Mobile details pricing for new iPad Pro


T-Mobile confirmed earlier this week that it will offer Apple’s new iPad Pro, and now we know how T-Mo will price the updated iOS tablet.

T-Mobile will offer both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch versions of the new iPad Pro, and all four storage options for each version will be available as well. Customers interested in buying a new iPad Pro will be able to pay on an Equipment Installment Plan, use JUMP! On Demand, or pay full price.

Here’s how T-Mobile’s pricing for the new iPad Pro breaks down:


As a reminder, T-Mobile will begin taking pre-orders for the new iPad Pro on November 2 and it’ll be available in stores on November 7.

Now that we know the new iPad Pro will be available on EIP and JOD from T-Mobile, are you thinking about picking one up? If so, which model do you have your eye on?


UPDATE: T-Mobile has told me that the previous price chart was an error and that it will not be carrying the 512GB and 1TB versions of the new iPad Pro. I’ve put an updated price chart in this post. 

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  • Nikitao1

    Tab S4 coming to T-Mobile in one week as well! and a new Tab A some time in November as well, looks like T-Mobile finally heard customer cries for more tablet options!

    • Iphart

      These 2 tablets are pretty much dead or on life support.
      Costco will have tab A 10.1 wifi for $150 in couple of weeks which makes it a good deal.

    • JCDigital

      But Samsung is releasing a 2018 tablet with 2017 chip technology. I am Android all the way on my phones but the Android tablet scene is in shambles. My S2 is barely able to keep up as it is (and doesn’t always in games) and its only three years old. I will be joining (again) the iOS community with the new iPad.

  • g2a5b0e

    I would never buy a cellular tablet, but even at $150 less for the wi-fi only versions of these, I find these prices absolutely outrageous. I bought the 64GB 10.5 Pro for my wife last year shortly after it came out. It debuted at $599 & Best Buy had it for $100 off, so I got it for $499. Now, 1.5 years later they want $200 more the sequel? I personally just don’t see the justification for jumping from $599 to $799 in one generation.

    I know Apple fans can be notoriously loyal, but add this to the price of the new iPhones & Apple is really starting to price themselves out of the range of the average consumer. Sales of these newer devices will eventually start to suffer when people see they can get 95% off the features for a lot less by buying a previous year’s version.

    • SurvivingSunnyvale

      Not sure where you are getting your pricing…

      The 2017 release of the 10.5″ iPad with 64GB of storage was $649. Same price as the new 2018 model.

      • g2a5b0e

        You’re right about the 2017 model. I was $50 off. However, the new model starts at $799, so you’re wrong about that. Still, I think a $150 increase in one year is ridiculous.

        • SurvivingSunnyvale

          There’s no “however” as the new model 10.5″ iPad Pro is still $649.

          I don’t know where you are getting your information, but you sure aren’t looking at Apple’s web site.

        • g2a5b0e

          I’m not sure if you’re just trolling or confused, but there is no new 10.5″ inch model. The version you’re referring to is the 2017 model. I’m talking about the price hike to the new version–the wi-fi version of the 11″, the sequel to the 10.5″. Is this really that complicated?

        • SurvivingSunnyvale

          The one complaining that a new tier of iPad costs more than the lower tier is the only troll here.

        • g2a5b0e

          Thanks for confirming what I should have already known.

        • Andrew

          Not very bright in Sunnyvale huh?

    • sloanie

      It reminds me of what Sony’s been doing with their cameras. Continue to sell the existing model at the same price and release a newer, more advanced model at higher price. Keep the 10.5″ around at $650 and jack up the price on the 2018 11″ model. Give us a damn trackpad and then maybe I’ll feel like this is more competitive with laptops. For now… I’m spending this kind of money on a “real” PC.

    • Brett S

      You can also get a used car for less than an new one, which doesn’t change the fact that most people want a NEW one right?

      • g2a5b0e

        What does that have to do with my comment? I’m referring to the price which you didn’t reference at all. That new car doesn’t look nearly as appealing when it costs $5K more than the debut price of last year’s version with very little in the way of new features.

        • Brett S

          I just find complaints about price strange. I wonder if people in car forums complain about the price of a new Porsche? I don’t think the price is ridiculous, it’s not supposed to be for everyone.

        • g2a5b0e

          And you still failed to address the point I was making. Never mind.

  • dcmanryan

    EIP monthly payments never being above $30 makes for some pretty good down payments for those looking to do that. Apple prices have gotten absolutely ridiculous.


    Can’t believe how much the new ipads cost. You can get a really nice macbook for these prices I will pass. The sad thing is they will sell like crazy.

  • Jim Mill

    Apples done lost their mind on the pricing

  • Charles McCaskill

    Priced me right out of a new iPad.