Previously, Apple only stated that the new iPad would become available some time in November, a couple of months after the tablet was unveiled.
9to5Mac brings us more details on what to expect from the iPad Pro on launch day if you plan to buy one.
THE IPAD PRO STARTS AT $799 AND COMES IN BOTH 32GB AND 128GB CONFIGURATIONS WITH WIFI ONLY. AN LTE-COMPATIBLE VERSION COMES EXCLUSIVELY IN THE 128GB CONFIGURATION AND COSTS UPWARDS OF $1000
By plugging the Pencil into one end of the adapter and a Lightning cable into the other, this adapter will allow you to charge the Pencil like you would an iPhone or, in this case, the iPad Pro. The dot that can be seen in the image of the adapter indicates the correct orientation needed for the adapter to function correctly. This is a fantastic decision Cupertino made to include an alternate way to charge this thing, because if I buy one and my Pencil needs to charge for a while, I don’t wanna juggle my giant iPad with a stick hanging out of it around town.