iPad Pro reported to go on sale November 11

If you've been astounded by Apple's largest tablet ever and have been eagerly holding on to your cash reserves for the fated day, you might just be in luck. In little over than a week, Apple will be opening up sales of the iPad Pro and its Pencil companion. At least, that's what insider sources are saying. By November 11, the iPad which has got everyone talking, both in a good and a bad way, will be available in both online stores as well as retail outlets, finally giving the world a chance to rate the tablet up close and personal.

It's not certain yet, of course, but it does seem that the road is being paved for a launch real soon. Apps are already starting to roll out updates touting support for both iOS 9's split window feature as well as for the Pencil stylus. The latest to join that batch is Adobe's Photoshop Fix and Mix apps. Adobe has been one of Apple's premiere software partners when it unveiled the iPad Pro, so it seems almost fitting that it should also herald its arrival in stores.

The iPad Pro has been a rather heated topic, both among Apple fans and those outside its circles. Not only is it unorthodoxly large for Apple, it also comes with support for an accessory that the late Steve Jobs was loathe to put on any Apple device: a stylus. That said, the Apple Pencil has been declared a wonder by many, especially the artists for whom the input device was designed for. It might be a bit awkward at first, especially the way it was meant to directly charge from the iPad Pro. It seems that Apple did recognize that problem a bit and is rumored to ship with an adapter for wired connections.

For all its features, the Apple iPad Pro will cost a pretty penny. The tablet's price itself starts at $799 at the lowest. And that's not yet including the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard, which will set you back $99 and $169, respectively.

VIA: 9to5Mac