Apple finally confirmed the iPad Pro back in September and all we got was a nod to a November release date – but now Apple has revealed that the device will be available for the general public online on November 11.
The iPad Pro will likewise be available in Apple stores later in the same week. Along with the tablet you’ll also have the ability to purchase Apple’s new Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil too.
“The early response to iPad Pro from app developers and our customers has been incredible, and we’re excited to get iPad Pro into the hands of customers around the world this week,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior VP of Worldwide Marketing.
There’s a 12.9-inch Retina Display on the iPad Pro, as well as a 64-bit A9X chipset in the hood. You’ll also be able to get the iPad Pro in silver, gold and gray colors.
In the UK you should be able to purchase the 32GB Wi-Fi model for £679 while the 128GB Wi-Fi and Cellular Version will cost £899. Apple’s Pencil will cost £79 and the Smart Keyboard will be up to £139.
Apple in the past confirmed that the iPad Pro would offer the 32GB Wi-Fi model for $799 in the US and the 128GB Version with 4G for $1079. There’s also a 32GB edition with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity that will cost $949.
Australia will be getting the iPad Pro around the same time, but Apple hasn’t confirmed the pricing in this country yet.
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