Apple’s recently announced oversize iPad Pro was announced last month, but only just got its official sale date – November 11.
The company says that it might take a few additional days to make it into its retail stores, but that online sales begin on Wednesday.
Alongside the 12.9-inch Retina display, 64-bit A9x chipset and claimed 10-hour battery life is a range of accessories that include the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard, which Apple claims turns the device into a real productivity powerhouse.
And how much will this future of ‘innovation’ cost you? The base Pro starts at $799 for a 32GB, Wi-Fi only version and $1,079 for the mobile data equipped 128GB model.
Of course, those accessories are priced seperately too, so you’ll need to hand over $99 for the Pencil and $169 for the Smart Keyboard.
No one promised that being productive would be cheap.