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Full Apple upgrade won’t come cheap


The iPad Pro goes on sale November 11th.
The iPad Pro goes on sale November 11th.
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Apple rolled out one drool-worthy new gadget after another Wednesday.

The iPad Pro? Want.

A Hermes Apple Watch? Gotta have.

The new Apple TV? Gimme!

If you’re like me, you’ll want one of everything Tim Cook and crew showed off in Apple’s September showcase. But if you get one of everything, it is going to cost you.

The new Apple products

We’ve added up the cheapest models — and the highest-end options — for every single Apple product announced Wednesday so you don’t have to. Get your credit card ready.

Gold and rose gold aluminum Apple Sport Watches
The 38mm costs $349 and the 42mm costs $399.

(Product)RED Sport Band
The (Product)RED Sport Band costs $49.

Hermes Collection
The Single tour costs $1,100 and the Cuff costs $1,500.

iPad Pro
The 32GB Wi-Fi model costs $799 and the 64GB Wi-Fi + cellular model costs $1,079.

iPad mini 4
The 16GB Wi-Fi model costs $399 and the 128GB Wi-Fi + cellular model costs $729.

Smart Keyboard
The accessory keyboard for the iPad Pro costs $169.

Apple Pencil
The stylus for the iPad Pro costs $99.

New Apple TV
The 32GB model costs $149 and the 64GB model costs $199.

iPhone 6s
The 16GB model costs $649 and the 128GB model costs $849.

iPhone 6s Plus
The 16GB model costs $749 and the 128GB model costs $949.

The grand total if you go the cheap route? You’ll spend $4,511. If money is no object, you can get the fully upgraded Apple experience for $6,021.


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