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Apple’s Jony Ive designed a special edition iPad Pro for charity auction

Apple has created the first ever yellow gold iPad Pro, a blue leather smart cover for iPad and Apple Pencil holder in orange colour variant.

By: Tech Desk |
Updated: April 17, 2016 11:40:55 am
Apple, iPad pro, special iPad Pro, iPad Pro auction, Jony Ive, most expensive iPad Pro, special edition iPad Pro, Design Museum of London, Apple Pencil blue cover, smartphones, gadgets, technology, technology news Apple created the first ever yellow gold iPad Pro. The team also revealed a blue leather smart cover for iPad and Apple Pencil holder in orange colour variant.

Apple’s head of design Jony Ive and his team created the company’s most expensive 12.9-inch iPad Pro and accessories for a charity auction to help raise money for Design Museum of London. The first ever yellow gold iPad Pro will be donated it to the museum for an auction. The team also designed a special blue leather smart cover for iPad, and Apple Pencil holder in an orange colour variant.

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Phillips, an auction firm is helping the Design Museum of London to sell the specially designed Apple and accessories.

The Phillips website lists the estimated price of these devices to be between 10,000 pounds to 15,000 pounds. “Back of iPad and inside of iPad Smart Cover laser etched Edition 1 of 1,” reads the item description.

This is not the first time that Apple has helped the museum raise money. Back in 2013, the Cupertino giant sold off a bunch of Apple devices, including a special edition Mac Pro in red colour variant for $977,000, reports Mashable.  That was the most expensive Apple device ever.

The auction will take place on April 28.

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