iPad Air 2 Gets $50 Price Drop, 128GB No Longer Offered

Apple today announced the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and in doing also discounted the iPad Air 2, plus ditched the 128GB option in Canada and the U.S.

Below is a screenshot of Apple.ca and the prices available, which are now $50 CAD cheaper compared to the original launch prices in fall of 2014.

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Below are the updated iPad Air 2 prices (followed by U.S. prices which saw a $100 US drop):

  • 16GB Wi-Fi for $499 CAD (was $549); in the US: $399
  • 16GB Wi-Fi + Cellular for $639 CAD (was $689); in the US: $529
  • 64GB Wi-Fi for $609 CAD (was $659); in the US: $499
  • 64GB Wi-Fi + Cellular for $749 CAD (was $799); in the US: $629

Again, the 128GB capacity is no longer offered. There’s no word on how much longer the iPad Air 2 will last, but it should stick around for at least another year, as it’s still capable with its A8X CPU.

If you’re not ready for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro yet, the iPad Air 2 just got a bit cheaper, which is helpful given how exchange rates aren’t exactly in the favour of Canadians right now.

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  • Aleks Oniszczak

    lol they kept the 16GB modes but ditched the 128GB models. I think what customers wanted was to not be gauged by the inflated price of the 128GB model, not get rid of it. Geez.

  • Yearoftherat

    I guess $50 is better than nothing but still at theses prices….ugh.

  • noodles

    It really sucks that we get a $50 drop, but it’s dropped by $100 in the US.

    I mean sure, 50 is better than nothing, i guess. 100 would have been better

  • Widohmaker

    Pricing seems to be inline with current exchange rate actually a little cheaper than US pricing.