iPad Pro to Come Later than Expected?

According to everything we’ve heard so far about the upcoming iPad Pro, we’ve come to expect the release date of being November 11th. But sources close to Cult of Mac and Apple’s plans say otherwise. Apparently, Apple will debut their plus-sized tablet to the market on Friday the 13th.

However it’s only a two day wait from the November 11th rumored release date, it would make sense for Apple to release the iPad Pro at this later date, considering their past history of releasing new products.

Apple staff members have already had their training for the iPad Pro, meaning they’re ready to answer any questions you may have about the new 12.9 inch iPad.

These sources belonging to Cult of Mac didn’t mention accessories such as the Smart Keyboard or Apple Pencil, but we can expect them to launch alongside the new iPad Pro on Friday the 13th.

The iPad Pro will start at $799 for the 32GB WiFI only model, while options for 128GB and LTE models are available also and will sell for a maximum price of $1,079. In addition to its 12.9-inch display, the new iPad boasts an A9X chip, 8MP rear camera, HD FaceTime camera, four speaker audio, and 10 hours of battery life.