Apple announced that the iPad Pro will be available for purchase on Wednesday, November 11.
We already talked about the possible release date of iPad Pro before, when 9 to5Mac sources said Apple will start selling the iPad Pro on November 11. Apple officially announced that iPad Pro goes on sale in 40 counties, and starting from Wednesday those who would like to own this 12.9-inch tablet will be able to order it.
The latest Apple’s tablet will first be available online, and later this week it will hit the stores as well.
Starting from Wednesday, Smart Keyboard ($169), and Apple Pencil ($99), will also be available for purchase. When it comes to additional protection for this device, Apple offers an iPad Pro Smart Cover ($59), and iPad Pro Silicone Case ($79).
Apple’s iPad Pro comes with 12.9-inch screen, 2742 x 2048 resolution, an Apple A9X chip, 8-megapixel camera, Touch ID, 10-hour battery life, and four speaker audio. When it comes its price, there are three variants. You can get a basic model, 32GB Wi-Fi only for $799, 128 GB Wi-Fi only for $949, and 128GB model that supports Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity for $1,079.
The iPad Pro and the additional accessories will be available in many countries, including the US, UK, Canada, China, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore, Ireland, Hungary, Russia, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, and more.
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