Apple is mum on the release date of the iPad Pro, but retailers in the U.S. such as Sam’s Club and MacMall have already started with its preorders. Fresh rumors suggest that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be releasing on Nov. 13.
Previous leaks had claimed that the iPad Pro would be releasing on Nov 11. However, Cult of Mac has reported that the large-sized iPad would be releasing on the coming Friday, Nov. 13. It has further stated that since Apple usually makes its new products available for purchase from Friday, the iPad Pro seems all the more poised to release on Nov. 13.
Even though there is no information on whether the Apple Pencil would be also available from Nov. 13, the publication added that it likely that the Cupertino company would also make the stylus available alongside the iPad Pro. According to Phone Arena, companies avoid releasing its products on Nov. 11 in the U.S. as it is the Veteran’s Day in the country. Hence, the Cupertino company is likely to release the iPad Pro on Nov. 13.
On Sam’s Club, the iPad Pro is now currently “out of stock” but it had started with preorders of the Wi-Fi only versions of the 32 GB and 128 iPad Pro for $787 and $937. Phone Arena has reported that the retailer was not receiving preorders for the 128 GB Wi-Fi + LTE model.
MacMall has also listed the iPad Pro with 32 GB and 128 storage size for $937 and $787. It also selling the 128 GB Wi-Fi + LTE variant for $1,067. The shipping date for the large-sized tablet is mentioned as mid-November. Both Sam’s Club and MacMall are offering $12 discount on the regular pricing of the iPad Pro on Apple’s website.
The Apple iPad Pro is listed on the official website with a respective price tag of $749 and $949 for the Wi-Fi only 32 GB and 128 GB models. The other 128 GB variant supports both Wi-Fi and LTE connections is priced at $1,079.