Just a short while after the Pixar development team got their hands on the iPad Pro and praised the device’s palm rejection, Disney’s design team spent the day testing Apple’s latest tablet.
The iPad Pro was unveiled during a September media event.
Pricing of the iPad Pro starts at $799 for the 32GB WiFi-only variant, while you will have to shell out $949 for the 128GB variant.
The iPad Pro and iPad Pro accessories will be available through apple.com, Apple Stores and authorized Apple resellers in November.
Rumour is you’ll also be able to grab your Apple Pencil at the same time as the iPad Pro as well – but it won’t come cheap… the stylus is set to launch for $99 or £64.
Apple’s rivals including Google and Microsoft will also have new tablets ready for the Christmas shopping season, including the Pixel C and the new Surface Pro 4, respectively.
Despite claims of an early November release, Apple has yet to comment on the reports.
Like these others, the iPad Pro features an optional keyboard and stylus that, while adding to the price, turn the tablet into a mini laptop and even a pretty decent graphics tablet if that’s your bag.
We’ll have to wait and see what Apple decides to do as far as that’s concerned, but it at least might be a good idea to go ahead and mark your calendar for the first week of November to prepare.