When Apple announced their new iPad Pro at their press event last month, the company said the device would launch some time in November.
Now it looks like Apple are getting ready to launch their new iPad Pro, as the device recently appeared at the FCC and has received FCC approval, this means that Apple can now launch the device in the US.
Apple’s new iPad Pro features a 12.9 inch display that has a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels, the tablet comes with a new Apple A9x processor and features 4GB of RAM. The device also comes with front and rear cameras.
On the front of the tablet there is a FaceTime HD camera and on the back there is a 12 megapixel camera. The device also comes with a choice of two storage options, 32GB and 128GB, plus there are WiFi and 4G LTE versions of the tablet.
Other specifications include a fingerprint sensor and Touch ID, plus a 38.5 watt-hour battery that will give up to 10 hours of usage on WiFi and 9 hours of usage on 4G LTE. Prices for this new iPad start at $949.
Previous rumors have suggested that the iPad Pro will go on sale in the first week of November, we are also expecting the new Apple TV to launch at the same time. As soon as we get some confirmation from Apple on the exact launch date of their new larger iPad, we will let you guys know.
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