This is what you can expect from the iPad Pro release date and what you shouldn’t expect from Apple while you wait to buy the new iPad in November.
Apple announced the iPad Pro in September, confirming the iPad Pro release date for November, but the company did not share a specific date. Now that November is here, rumors share when you can expect to buy the new iPad and we’ve learned more about the device.
After studying how Apple releases new products for several years we know what to expect and what not to expect from the iPad Pro release date. There is a chance that some of this will change as Apple experiments and tailors releases to fit the product and competition.
What to expect from the iPad Pro release date, and what not to expect.
The iPad Pro is a new 12.9-inch tablet that supports the Apple Pencil for drawing and note taking and a new Smart Keyboard. While there is a lot of entertainment power packed into the device, this is certainly a tablet aimed at professionals.
Apple sells the iPad Pro for $799 with 32GB of storage, $949 with 128GB of storage and $1,079 for 128GB of storage and LTE connectivity.
If you are eagerly waiting to pre-order the new device, this is what you can expect from the iPad Pro release date and what you shouldn’t get your hopes up for.
iPad Pro Release Date This Week
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There are two rumors for the iPad Pro release date that suggest an arrival is nearly here.
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac shares the iPad Pro release date is November 11th. A new report from CultofMac suggests the iPad Pro release date is actually a few days later on November 13th. We also saw Sam's Club and MacMall take pre-orders for the iPad Pro, with Sam's Club listing November 13th for the release date.
Apple does often sell new devices on Fridays, but this is not something that is set in stone. Either way, an iPad Pro release this week makes a lot of sense considering how close Black Friday is.
There is a chance that we will see iPad Pro pre-orders arrive early this week from Apple and an actual release date soon after.
Here's what you can expect about placing an order online or in store.