Apple announced the iPad Pro back in September and since then, things have been fairly quiet. The 13-inch tablet comes with brand new multi-tasking features but carries a hefty price tag. Plenty of people have seen the device in action at this point, though Apple has been quiet on the release date. Now reports are saying that Apple will begin shipping its larger tablet in two weeks time, on the 11th of November.
Apple did previously announce that the iPad Pro would be available in November, though it didn’t shed any light on a specific date. This release date comes from multiple sources speaking with 9to5Mac, so it seems pretty likely at this point.
The iPad Pro starts at $799 with 32GB of in-built storage and WiFi only. There are configurations that reach Macbook Pro levels of expensive, featuring 128GB of storage and LTE support.
Right now, Apple’s staff is undergoing iPad Pro training to ensure everyone has the details and know-how for when the tablet hits store shelves. Training is due to be completed on the 6th of November, just a week ahead of the proposed launch date.
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KitGuru Says: The iPad Pro isn’t such a bad idea, though I’m not a fan of the iPencil, especially the proposed charging method. That said, I don’t think I would buy such a large iPad. Do any of you own a tablet? Is there a particular screen size you prefer?