Apple will start selling the iPad Pro on November 11th, according to inside sources speaking with 9to5mac.
The Cupertino-based company has yet to confirm the report, but the date fits within the vaguer November timeframe that Apple gave reporters when it launched the iPad Pro back in September.
The large–scale iPad was mooted for a number of years and comes at a critical juncture for Apple's tablet range. Sales of iPads have been in decline for almost two years, as users flock to larger smartphones instead.
The new tablet features a 12.9–inch screen and works with a stylus, dubbed the Apple Pencil, and a folding Smart Keyboard accessory that bears more than a passing resemblance to Microsoft’s Surface.
There are 32GB and 128GB models with Wi–Fi only, while a top–end Wi–Fi and 4G model comes with 128GB of storage. Prices in the UK are yet to be confirmed, but are expect to start at £649.
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