Brazil has the world’s most expensive Apple M1 iPad Pro, while the US and Hong Kong versions are the cheapest

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In Apple‘s spring conference event, Apple announced the 2021 iPad Pro. A report predicts that the iPad Pro 12.9-inch model will have a “modest” price increase, and this has indeed happened. In some countries and regions, this far exceeds “moderate” price increases.

According to Nukeni’s compilation of 2021 iPad Pro prices in global regions, the United States and Hong Kong have the cheapest iPad Pro, while Sweden and Brazil have the most expensive models. In Brazil, the price of the iPad Pro may be twice as high as the model sold in the United States.

2021 iPad Pro from cheapest to most expensive

iPad Pro 11-inch Wi-Fi with 128GB

  • United States: US$799.00
  • Hong Kong, China: US$824.29
  • Sweden: US$1122.48
  • Brazil: US$1,938.88

The base model of the 11-inch iPad Pro in Brazil is $1,000 more than the iPad in the United States.

iPad Pro 12.9-inch Wi-Fi with 128GB

  • United States: $1,099
  • Hong Kong, China: US$1133.45
  • Sweden: US$1536.25
  • Brazil: $2,57.05

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro basic model happens to be the most special case. A Brazilian can buy two 12.9-inch models in the United States, and in turn, the United States can not even buy one at twice the price in Brazil.

Pad Pro 12.9 inch Wi-Fi + cellular network with 2TB

  • United States: USD 2399.00
  • Hong Kong, China: US$2408.73
  • Sweden: US$3309.54
  • Brazil: US$5,386.11

With complete specifications, the price of the 2021 iPad Pro in Brazil is slightly higher than that of the Pro Display XDR in the United States.

Not only today, this South American country tops the list with the most expensive Apple products, and the gap is widening every time.

In this list, users in European countries and regions pay more for iPad than Asian countries and regions.

Naijatechnews noted that Apple released the iPad Pro tablet computer, which supports 5G and is equipped with the latest M1 chip. 

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