Jony Ive has designed a unique Pro iPad for charity

We all know how Apple is very dedicated to philanthropy and is not the first time that Apple’s Jony Ive and manufacture special products at charity campaigns to support a worthy cause. And this time Ive surprise, releasing iPad Pro 12 “special iPad.

Jony Ive and his team have indeed created a unique version of a kind of iPad Pro, Pro Smart Cover and Stand for Apple iPad Pencil that will be auctioned off to support the London Design Museum, as reported by Wallpaper .
The iPad Pro has been anodized with bright yellow dye, similar to Lime as color, which makes it unique in its lineup of colors: Space Gray, Silver and Gold (remember that the version 12 “does not exist in the color Pink Gold).

”unique and exclusive design created by the Apple Design Team for Time for Design.

Jony Ive showed a prototype phone at the Design Museum in 1990, before he started to work for Apple. He won the first prize “Designer of the Year” back in 2003 for the iMac. To support the museum, he and his team in Cupertino have created a special iPad Pro in one numbered color “Edition 1 of 1”.

Accompanied iPad Pro, the design team also created two equally unique accessories. A Smart Cover Leather blue French, an Apple Pencil and an Italian leather support for Apple Pencil, product that is definitely not marketed by Apple, or probably will be sold at a later date. Both the iPad Pro have a Smart Cover embossed with the words “Edition 1 of 1” (Issue 1 of 1).
The iPad Pro has an estimated value of about GBP10,000 – 15,000, or between 12,000 and 19,000 euro and could even be exceeded the value in auction phase. For anyone who wanted to bid, the auction will be beaten on April 28.

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