Don’t think the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is ostentatious enough? You’ll want to book a trip to London, then. In support of a Design Museum charity auction on April 28th, Apple’s Jony Ive and his team have built a unique version of the larger iPad that’s nothing like the models you can find in stores. The audacious-looking yellow aluminum shell is just the start of it. The one-off tablet also comes with accessories that you might wish Apple made for everyone, including a Smart Cover in French leather and an orange Pencil case in Italian leather.
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Apple made a one-of-a-kind iPad Pro for a charity auction
We can’t say the combo is an absolute stunner (the red Mac Pro from 2013 was arguably better-looking), but you’ll definitely get noticed if you take this out at the local coffee shop. Just be ready to pay a very, very large premium for the sake of individuality. Auction partner Phillips anticipates that this custom iPad Pro will sell for between £10,000 to £15,000 (around $14,200 to $21,300), which makes even a decked-out MacBook Pro seem like a bargain.