The iPad Pro is still listed on Apple’s website with a vague November launch date and now a new report by 9to5Mac is alleging that the Cupertino firm is planning on unleashing the 12.9-inch tablet upon the public on Wednesday, November 11.
The iPad Pro, which starts at $799 for the Wi-Fi-only model with thirty-two gigabytes of storage, has an ultra high-resolution screen with much improved touch latency, four speakers, the powerful Apple-designed A9X processor, the new Smart Connector for connecting and charging the Smart Keyboard without needing Bluetooth pairing, and more.
“Apple plans to start selling the 12.9-inch iPad Pro on Wednesday, November 11 via both its physical retail and online stores,” writer Mark Gurman reports, citing multiple sources familiar with the matter.
The $99 Apple Pencil and the $169 Smart Keyboard will also launch alongside the iPad Pro on November 11, Gurman has learned. Apple’s support staff is scheduled to complete iPad Pro training by November 6.
In addition to the baseline 32GB iPad Pro model costing $799, a 128GB configuration will be available for an extra $200.
The flagship Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad Pro model with 128 gigabytes of storage is priced at $,1079. Are you planning on getting an iPad Pro when it hits?