When Apple first unveiled the iPad Pro, they also casually skipped over a launch date for the company’s largest tablet to date.
While November was listed as the month, no finalized date was ever penciled in. Now, though, according to a report published by 9to5Mac, there’s something to circle on your calendar. The report indicates that Apple plans on launching the iPad Pro on Wednesday, November 11. As far as the accessories go, like the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, those will go on sale on November 11 as well.
The report states that this is the date the iPad Pro will go on sale, with no mention of a pre-order period, or whether or not the device will be available in-store or just online when it launches, so there are still some questions left unanswered at this point.
However, the pricing remains the same: $799 for the 32GB model, with the 128GB Wi-Fi/LTE model priced at $1,079. It’s unknown, too, if the LTE model will be sold in carrier stores on November 11, or if those will become available at a later date.
Interestingly enough, a past report suggested that AppleCare staff had been targeting a November 6 finalization date for iPad Pro training, so this report does seem to line up.
Do you plan on picking up the iPad Pro?[via 9to5Mac]