OLED iPad Pro Could Be Extremely Pricey 

Believe it or not, The Elec is currently relying on “existing industry sources” to try to predict how much more expensive an OLED iPad Pro (2024) device with cutting-edge display technology might prove to be in comparison to the lineup that will be released in the fall of 2022.

The price increases, if they turn out to be true next year, would seriously jeopardize Apple’s long-standing dominance of the tablet market

OLED iPad Pro Is Gonna Be Highly Priced

The following core estimates are expected to be reduced as OLED iPad Pro production moves forward over the coming months, so it is way too early to panic. Given that there are no details on storage options yet, it is possible that Apple intends to sell these crazy-expensive devices with 256 or perhaps 512 gigabytes of local digital storage space. The massive 14.6-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra from Samsung, which features Super AMOLED screen technology, typically starts at $1,100, and the adaptable Microsoft Surface Pro 9 (with a keyboard), which costs only $900, makes the 2024 iPad Pro family sound like an exceedingly tough sell.

The Author wisely adds that prices between $1,500 and $1,800 would be more than those of many current MacBooks, making it increasingly harder to suggest an OLED iPad Pro purchase as a wise “investment.”

Let us hope so since when you learn that the 11 and 13-inch iPad Pros are now anticipated to cost… $1,500 and $1,800 respectively, we sure would not want to be held accountable for any mishaps or catastrophes. That is completely and utterly ridiculous, and based on the way The Elec’s latest report is written and structured, we can only assume that it applies to the entry-level iPad Pro variants with 11 and 13-inch screens from 2024.

That is accurate, a new iPad Pro 11 might cost as much as $1,500, more than double the $800 base cost of a 2022 model with a traditional LCD panel.