When Apple launched the iPad Pro at their event last month, the company stated that the tablet will be released in November, but no specific dates were mentioned. However according to a rumor from a couple of weeks ago, it was suggested that we could be looking at a release in the first week of November.
Now thanks to a recent FCC sighting (via G for Games), it seems that the tablet has been approved by the agency. For those unfamiliar, devices that want to be sold in the US need to pass through the FCC before gaining approval. With the approval what this means is that the tablet is now one step closer to going up for sale, so the question is when.
However given that the tablet has been approved, we reckon it shouldn’t be too long before Apple releases it, so a first week of November wouldn’t really be that much of a stretch. The previous rumors also suggested that related iPad Pro accessories like the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard will also be going on sale at the same time.
This is just speculation for now, but if you are looking forward to getting your hands on the iPad Pro, do check back with us at a later date for more details, but for now we suppose this is something to look forward to.