Apple to Reportedly begin Selling iPad Pro Next Week

Are you excited to get your hands on Apple’s brand new iPad Pro? Well it looks like you won’t have to wait that much longer to get your hands on Apple’s giant iPad.

Multiple sources haveĀ told 9to5 Mac that Apple intends to start selling iPad Pro on Wednesday, November 11. The plus sized iPad can be picked up at physical retail locations and online stores. The iPad Pro’s key accessories, the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, will also go on sale starting November 11. The iPad Pro starts at $799 for WiFi only models, and goes as high as $1000 for the 128GB LTE model. The Apple Pencil will cost you $99, and the Smart Keyboard will set you back $169.

The iPad Pro, and its two accessories, were announced back in September during Apple’s iPhone 6S reveal event. The 12.9″ iPad Pro is marketed as a direct competitor of Microsoft’s Surface Pro model of tablets. While Surface and Surface Pro tablets run full versions of Windows 10, the iPad Pro does not run Mac OS X. Instead, iPad Pro runs Apple’s latest version of its mobile OS, iOS 9.

Take this as a rumor, but we wouldn’t be surprised if this is true. 9to5 Mac has a stunning track record when it comes to Apple rumors. We’ll let you know when Apple does announce an official release date for iPad Pro.