The iPad Pro release date is confirmed for November, but there are still some things that Apple has yet to spell out. Join us for a quick look at the exciting details coming together surrounding the iPad Pro release.
After months of speculation Apple announced the iPad Pro at the September Apple event, showing off a larger iPad with a huge screen four speakers, a super-charged processor and accessories like the Apple pencil and a smart keyboard that helps bridge the gap between tablet and laptop for Apple users.
With the iPad Pro release date users will get a chance to use an iPad that focuses on delivering greater productivity, but doesn’t leave the entertainment options to the side.
The iPad Pro features a 12.9-inch Retina display with 5.9 million pixels, a new Apple A9X processor capable of editing 4K video and enabling productivity in other apps and a new multitouch system.
Apple includes iOS 9 on the iPad Pro with support for split-screen multitasking that allows you to use two apps on-screen at the same time.
The iPad Pro starts at $799 for 32GB of storage with WiFi. A 128GB model with WiFi is $949 and a WiFi+ Cellular model is $1,079. The iPad Pro is available in Silver, Space Gray and Gold.
Here’s a look at the iPad Pro release date details that we think you will want to know while you wait for more details.
iPad Pro Release Date Soon
Apple already told buyers that the iPad Pro release date is coming in November, but the company has yet to offer a specific date and time for the iPad Pro to go on sale.
The latest iPad Pro release date rumors suggest Apple is prepared for the iPad Pro to go on sale on November 11th according to 9to5Mac.
Hopefully Apple will share when iPad Pro orders start online. For the iPhone we typically see orders at 12:01 AM Pacific, but the new Apple TV orders started around 8-9 AM Eastern on Monday.
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