Apple will start selling its new enterprise-focused tablet, the iPad Pro, in the United States on Wednesday, November 11, according to 9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman.
Citing multiple sources, the often-correct Apple insider says the tablet’s signature accessories, the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, will also go on sale on Remembrance Day.
Apple announced the iPad Pro at its marathon iPhone 6s keynote this past September. During the presentation, the company said the 12.9-inch tablet would ship sometime in November, but failed to give an exact date.
Likewise, Apple has yet to reveal Canadian pricing. The company’s reason for doing so likely stems the fact that, as with its with its new set-top box, the company anticipated the Canadian Dollar to continue its precipitous fall.
In the U.S., the base model iPad Pro, which includes 32GB of internal storage and WiFi-only connectivity, is slated to retail for $799. Two additional models — one with 128GB of storage and WiFi-only connectivity and another with 128 GB of storage as well as LTE connectivity — will retail for $949 USD and $1079 USD, respectively. Adjusted for the exchange rate, those prices come out to $1045, $1241 and $1409.
We’ve contacted Apple to inquire about Canadian availability and pricing. This story will be update when we hear back.
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