Apple’s larger-screened tablet, the iPad Pro, will go on sale in Apple’s retails stores and online store as of Wednesday, November 11, says a report from 9to5Mac. The release date has not yet been officially announced by Apple, who has merely indicated a November release timeframe.
Apple plans to start selling the 12.9-inch iPad Pro on Wednesday, November 11th via both its physical retail and online stores, according to multiple sources.
Other rumors have said to expect it to go on sale in early November, but as usual, these things are subject to change, so treat today’s report as a possibility, not as set in stone. There is still no word on whether Apple will offer pre-orders ahead of the rumored November 11 date.
The report indicates that the iPad Pro’s accessories, the $99 Apple Pencil, and the $169 Smart Keyboard, will also be available for purchase on the 11th. The 32GB base model of the iPad Pro starts at $799, with Wi-Fi connectivity only. 128GB storage models, as well as models with LTE connectivity will also be available for a higher price.