The Apple iPad Pro is finally making its way to India, a few months after it was launched globally. Rumors suggest it will arrive here early next week, with some dealers already receiving stocks of the tablet.
To recall, the Apple iPad Pro was announced in September and released in 40 countries in November. The device has now appeared on the brand’s official India website without any cost or availability details. The Quint reports the 32GB Wi-Fi only model of the gadget will go for Rs 67900, the 64GB unit for Rs 79900 and the Wi-Fi and 4G-ready version for Rs 91900.
Corroborating these prices, Gadgets 360 further claims the iPad Pro will be launched here without the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. Apparently, the company is facing a supply chain issue on a global level. The site further says the new Apple TV will be unveiled here as well, with outlets already having it in stock.
The latest version of the Apple TV may set consumers back by Rs 13500 for the 32GB variant and Rs 17900 for the 64GB model. It packs quite a few improvements over its predecessor such as a dual-core A8 processor, support for Siri and App Store integration. The iPad Pro is a big departure from its previous variant as well, with the company boasting it’s 1.8 times faster than the iPad Air 2.
A quick look at the main specs of the Apple iPad Pro:
– OS: iOS 9
– Display: 12.9-inch Retina, 2732 x 2048 pixels
– Storage: 32GB/64GB/128GB, non-expandable
– RAM: 2GB
– CPU: 64-bit A9X
– Battery: 38.5Wh
– Camera: 8MP rear, 1.2MP front
– Weight: 713g
– Connectivity: 4G, Wi-Fiac, Bluetooth, GLONASS, GPS
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Watch this space for more details about the Apple iPad Pro and Apple TV as and when the devices are officially launched in India.