iPad Pro available online from Thursday 12 November, stores to follow

Macworld Australia Staff
10 November, 2015
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Apple has announced iPad Pro will be available to order online on Thursday, 12 November (AEDT) from Apple.com/au, and will arrive at Apple’s retail stores, select carriers and Apple Authorised Resellers later in the week. Apple Pencil and Apple’s new Smart Keyboard will also available to order on Thursday.

The new, larger iPad Pro features a 12.9-inch Retina display with 5.6 million pixels, the new 64-bit A9X chip, and all-day 10-hour battery life.

Pricing and Availability

The iPad Pro starts at a recommended retail price of A$1,249 inc. GST for the 32GB with Wi-Fi model and A$1,699 inc. GST for the Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB model. It comes in silver, gold and space grey and can be purchased at Apple.com/au, Apple’s Retail stores, select carriers and select Apple Authorised Resellers.

Apple Pencil will be available for a recommended retail price of A$165 inc. GST and Smart Keyboard will be available in charcoal grey for A$269 inc. GST.

New, Apple-designed polyurethane iPad Pro Smart Covers will be available for a recommended retail price of A$89 inc. GST in charcoal grey and white. New iPad Pro Silicone Cases will be available for A$129 inc. GST in charcoal grey and white.

Every customer who buys iPad Pro at an Apple Retail Store will be offered free Personal Setup to help them customise their iPad Pro by setting up email, showing them new apps from the App Store and more, so they’ll be up and running with their new iPad Pro before they leave the store. Anyone who wants to learn more about the new iPad Pro or iOS 9 can register for the free workshops offered at every Apple Store.

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  1. Jamie says:

    Massively over priced though!

    I just did a price comparison and the Microsoft Surface 4 came out substantially cheaper and has the advantage that for real world business applications it’s going to be much easier to use due to being able to real memory cards for transfer of files rather than having to rely on iTunes.

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