The Times reports that parliament’s administrative body, the House of Commons Commission, thinks that the 650 members having an Apple device “will save money”.
The total bill of £1 million will be paid for by taxpayers.
MPs without ministerial jobs get paid £67,000 a year.
In addition to the iPads, MPs will also get spanking new laptops although it’s not clear which lucky vendor will get the order.
The iPad Air 2s come with 16GB of memory, wi-fi and Cellular iPad Air 2.
But an opposition cabinet officer, Chi Onwurah, said MPs should not use Apple iOS. Most of his constituents can’t afford the luxury of an Apple iPad, he said.