Win an 11" iPad Pro
iDrop News are again giving away an 11" iPad Pro worth approximately $1200 AUD. Close date is 17th June 2020 at 11:59 am US time. (No specific time zone given) Lets see if one of us can actually win an idrop competition. Enter now to earn your chances to win! Please complete your details in the online form in the website to begin.
ReviewWin an 11" iPad Pro is a competition by iDrop and has a prize pool of $1,200 for 1 prize. The prize pool is ok but they could do better next time. As expected participation is entirely free. This competition offers a luxurious Apple product. Apple's latest iPad Pro offers far more power than most PC laptops, but is delightfully simple to use. The Liquid Retina display is as stunning to look at as it is to touch. And it all comes together with iPadOS 13, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. iPad Pro. Everything you want modern computing to be. So, don't waste your time and grab it yours! We have not listed many competitions by this brand.
Our rating 3 of 5.0 ©AussieContests, 2019-11-26
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