Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro Tablet May Launch In The First Week Of November

Although it is admited that the iPad Pro is Apple’s largest iPad ever since its first debut and now with 12.9-inch (2732 x 2048px) resolution display, it is powered by a mammoth A9X processor, which according to design shows a super slim body equipped with four-speaker audio setup. It was introduced on September 9th, which is said to offer 78% more screen real estate than the 9.7-inch iPad Air 2.

The iPad Pro measures in at 6.9mm thick and it weighs 1.57 pounds, which is just a half-pound heavier than the iPad Air 2. It is available in Gold, Silver, and Space Gray, like the rest of the iPad lineup.

The iPad Pro is powered by a 64-bit A9X chip with a built-in M9 motion coprocessor. To drive a total of 5.6 million pixels, more than any other iOS device. The iPad Pro uses technology from the 5K Retina iMac, plus display elements designed to give it the best possible contrast ratio, uniform color, and brightness.

The iPad Pro has an 8-megapixel rear camera for taking photos, and a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera for FaceTime and selfies. It includes 802.11ac Wi-Fi, has an LTE option, and ships with Apple’s fingerprint recognition system, Touch ID.

To increase iPad Pro usage in both creative and productivity based tasks, Apple designed two accessories to go with: the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard built-in together, so they work together in incredible ways.

This made Pixler development team got their hands on iPad Pro and praised the device’s palm rejection. Disney’s design team spent the day testing Apple’s latest tablet and used it to sketch a variety of different characters from Disney classics, including Olaf from Frozen and Micky Mouse.

Disney’s team of designers tested the iPad Pro with illustration apps like Pro Create and FiftyThree’s popular Paper, both of which have already been optimized for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. You can view a replay of Product Manager Paul Hildebrandt testing the device on Periscope here and animators Jeff Ranjo and Jeremy Spears drawing caricatures of each other here and here.

Apart the oft-mentioned, iPad Pro was announced but Apple said that the gadget would launch in November, and doesn’t given a specific release date timeframe either. Nevertheless, now according to a recent report, the new iPad Pro, along with the Apple Pencil and the new Smart Keyboard will go on sale in the first week of November. And of course, this is yet to be officially confirmed by Apple.

Prices for Apple’s new iPad Pro tablet starts at $799, the top model will retail for $1,079. As soon as we get any information on exact debut date, we’ll let you know via updated channel.