Where to buy OLED iPad Pro: Price, specs & more

Anurag Singh
new iPad Pro with OLED panel

An OLED iPad Pro is finally here with many new upgrades. Here’s where to buy one, how much it costs, and what features you’ll get.

OLED displays aren’t exactly breaking news in the tablet world. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S9 lineup already rocks these panels, while iPads have been stuck with LCDs. Apple did introduce mini-LED displays with the iPad Pro 6, but OLED remained absent from the iPad family.

That’s not the case anymore. The Cupertino company has finally unveiled the OLED iPads we’ve all been dreaming of. The new iPad Pros debut as an upgrade over 2022’s iPad Pro 6 models.

Apple has also introduced a powerful M4 chipset with the OLED iPad Pros, alongside improvements in design and onboard storage. That said, the pricing of the new iPads has also seen a slight bump.

OLED iPad Pro: Price

OLED iPad Pro

The OLED iPad Pros are pricier than their predecessors. The current 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799, while the 12.9-inch model with a mini-LED display is priced at $1,099. The new 11-inch OLED iPad Pro, on the other hand, starts at $999, while the 13-inch version goes up to $1,299. You’re looking at a $200 price increase on both models, but the base storage is now 256GB.

Where to buy OLED iPad Pro

The new OLED iPad Pro models with the M4 chip are available for order now on Apple’s website (starting today, May 7).  If you order today, you can expect to receive it by next week. You’ll also be able to find it at Apple stores and authorized resellers like Amazon and Best Buy starting May 15 as well.

OLED iPad Pro: Specs & features

The new iPad Pro 7 comes in two sizes. Just like the iPad Pro 6, you get an 11-inch version and a larger 13-inch model. Both are equipped with OLED displays. Apple has ditched LCD and mini-LED displays.

Apple uses Tandem OLED displays on the iPads for deeper blacks and a whopping 1600 nits of peak brightness. The new displays are called Ultra Retina XDR.

The iPad Pro also gets a super thin and light build. It’s claimed to be Apple’s thinnest device ever, with the 11-inch model coming in at 0.21 inches (5.3mm) and the 13-inch at just 0.20 inches (5.1mm).

OLED iPad Pro

Apple has leapfrogged the M3 and equipped the iPad Pro with the M4 chip. This chip has an improved neural engine with improved performance in CPU and GPU tasks, and better energy efficiency.

Apple has also bumped up the base storage from 128GB to 256GB but the max storage remains the same at 2TB. The iPad Pro packs a 12MP main camera with support for 4K ProRes video.

Should you buy the OLED iPad Pro?

The new OLED iPad Pro packs some serious upgrades compared to current models. If you’re shopping for a new tablet, getting one of the latest iPad Pro models is a good idea.

However, the OLED iPad Pro is more suited for power users due to its higher price tag. If you’re looking for a more affordable option without needing all the bells and whistles, check out the iPad Air 6. And if you already have the latest iPad Pro, you’re probably good to stick with it for now.