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These are the countries where Apple’s M4 iPad Pro costs the most

Published May 9th, 2024 7:56AM EDT
Apple's new OLED iPad Pro tablets.
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Apple recently unveiled its M4 iPad Pro. With an exclusive processor, beautiful OLED display, and new accessories, this tablet is a must-have for several Pro users. However, this evolution comes with a price, and the cost for both versions increased in the US. Even so, it’s not as expensive as buying this tablet in Brazil, Turkey, and other countries.

As always, Nukeni’s Jun Saito surveyed several countries and regions where Apple has direct sales to highlight where it’s best to buy the new M4 iPad Pro and where you should avoid ordering one. He also notes:

The US and Canada have different tax rates depending on where you make purchases, so I show two prices, one for the product purchased in the location with the lowest tax rate, and one for the product purchased in the location with the highest tax rate.

Worst and best places to buy the new iPad Pro with M4 chip

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The prices may vary depending on the configuration, but if you plan to get the base-model 11-inch M4 iPad Pro, these are the worst places to get this device. Impressively, this tablet costs more than double in Brazil compared to the US (in states with no taxes).

Worst places to buy the standard 11-inch M4 iPad Pro:

  • Brazil: $2,424
  • Turkey: $1,425
  • Chile: $1,388
  • Hungary: $1,380
  • Denmark: $1,339

Best places to buy the standard 11-inch M4 iPad Pro:

  • USA: $999
  • Hong Kong: $1,023
  • Canada: $1,068
  • Taiwan: $1,075
  • Thailand: $1,080

Interestingly, while Norway, Poland, Denmark, and other European countries usually make the list due to their high taxes, they’re around $350 or more expensive than buying in the US, while Brazil is more than double the actual price of the M4 iPad Pro.

For what Brazil charges for the base model, you could get a 2TB 13-inch M4 iPad Pro Wi-Fi version in the US and still have enough money to buy an Apple Pencil Pro.

The full list is available here.

José Adorno Tech News Reporter

José is a Tech News Reporter at BGR. He has previously covered Apple and iPhone news for 9to5Mac, and was a producer and web editor for Latin America broadcaster TV Globo. He is based out of Brazil.