After unveiling a deluge of new products last night, Apple has made a decision to quietly increase the prices of some of its iPad Pro models. As well as hiking the cost of AppleCare+ for some devices, Apple also raised the price of some iPad Pro models.
Prior to Tuesday's Apple rollout, consumers could purchase the 256GB and 512GB 10.9-inch iPad Pro for $749 and $949, respectively.
Apple, naturally, hasn't spoken given an explanation for the price increases, but 9to5Mac has heard from "sources in the know" that it's due to the rising costs and short supply of NAND flash memory chips.
The 256GB iPad Pro 10.5 has gone up from $749 (£709, AU$1,129) to $799 (£769, AU$1,199) and the 512GB iPad Pro 10.5 has risen from $949 (£889, AU$1,429) to $999 (£969, AU$1,499). There is a similar increase for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The prices for the 64GB models of both iPad Pro tablets has not been increased.