Apple has increased the prices of some iPad-Pro models, affecting both sizes, ie 10.5 “and 12.9”. Although the devices with the smallest memory size are still offered at the same price; however the UVP of the 256 and 512 equipment have attracted: by 50 to 70 euros.
Reasonable reason for the price increases seem to be scarcity and correspondingly higher prices for memory modules. 9To5Mac reports that Apple’s chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, had already made appropriate suggestions at the last telephone conference on the company’s quarterly figures. The problem is to a large extent homemade – Apple is one of the largest customers with the manufacturers of memory and has secured themselves by long-term contracts at least sufficient replenishment. Other companies have so often overlooked.