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Apple starts selling iPad Pro internationally; prices in Brazil will range from R $ 7,299 to R $ 9,699 [atualizado: iPad mini 4]

As announced on Monday, Apple today started selling online the iPad Pro in more than 40 countries but Brazil is still not among them.

In the United States, the three 32GB Wi-Fi, 128GB Wi-Fi and 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular models are priced at $ 799, $ 949 and $ 1,079 respectively, available in silver, gold and space gray. The Apple Pencil costs $ 99, while the Smart Keyboard costs $ 169.

Here, the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) has already approved both the Wi-Fi model and the Wi-Fi + Cellular model of the iPad Pro, in addition to the Apple Pencil (it is possible that the Smart Keyboard also has to be approved). But, for now, there is no official forecast for his launch in national territory.

Still, the MacMagazine today managed to access the purchase page of the iPad Pro and obtained the official prices that Apple practices in Brazil. Are you sitting down? Let's go: R $ 7,299 (Wi-Fi 32GB), R $ 8,599 (Wi-Fi 128GB) and R $ 9,699 (Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB). The Apple Pencil costs R $ 749, while the Smart Keyboard costs R $ 1,299.

iPad Pro in Brazil

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Update · 11/11/2015 s 19:58

We almost forgot, but there is another iPad that has not yet arrived in Brazil and that also had its prices revealed today by Apple: o iPad mini 4.

iPad mini 4

Available in the same silver, gold and space gray colors, the new 7.9-inch iPad will also arrive with salty prices in our country:

  • 16GB Wi-Fi: R $ 3,249
  • 64GB Wi-Fi: R $ 3,949
  • 128GB Wi-Fi: R $ 4,649
  • 16GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: R $ 4,299
  • 64GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: R $ 4,999
  • 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular: R $ 5,699

The iPad mini 4 was launched on the same keynote as the iPad Pro and basically an iPad Air 2 with a smaller screen. In the United States, his prices range from $ 399 to $ 729.

Anatel has also already approved both the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of the iPad mini 4.

(via Tecnoblog)