Apple products are famous for great designs, shiny finishes, posh color variations and of course for performance derived from their well-planned tech specifications. It’s no secret that, these products are priced enough to make people expect value for money. But sometimes there is something more than the machine itself. That’s why a special edition of another Apple product has been made.
Apple’s design team led by Jony Ive has crafted a one-of-a-kind iPad Pro for charity purpose that will be traded for around $18,000. The device will be sold via Phillips auction house to raise money for London’s Design Museum. The Yellow iPad Pro is a part of the whole auction campaign. The organization will use the raised money in their relocation from the Thames to Kensington.
What does the Apple’s contribution offer? Well, firstly it’s a one-and-only 12.9” iPad Pro, meaning the person who will finally buy it will own a unique device.
The full package includes:
- A bright Yellow iPad Pro (12.9-inch)
- A custom blue smart cover made of leather
- An Apple Pencil with an orange leather holster
The iPad’s back side has a charming Yellow finish while the front coloring is white. The Apple logo at the rear sparkles with a glow, and to prove it’s a one-off unit, “Edition 1 of 1” is stamped on the rear-bottom of the gadget.
If you seriously want to grab this limited edition iPad Pro at least for a good cause, you can bid for the device with accessories. Bidding will start on April 28. According to the Phillips auction house’s estimation, the set will cost anywhere between £10,000 to £15,000 ($14,200 to $21,300 approximately).
The auction page doesn’t bother with technical specifications of the iPad. You can hope for the best, and may check this Apple web page to learn more about iPad Pro.
Apple has a well-known history of making special edition products for causes. Two of the most notable items are the $977,000 RED Mac Pro and the $461,000 solid rose gold earbuds.