Apple is reportedly planning to release its revamped Apple TV and iPad Pro in its retail locations in the first week of November. Both products will also apparently go up for sale online in late October.
The revamped Apple TV set-top-box and iPad Pro will both begin showing up in Apple Retail Stores for sale during the first week of November and will go on sale via Apple's website in late October, according to reliable sources. It is also likely that the first online orders of both products will only begin shipping to customers in early November.
Apple previously announced that the new Apple TV would go on sale in October, with the iPad Pro following at some point in November. Both products were introduced in September during Apple's iPhone event.
The iPad Pro is a 12.9-inch tablet, and brings a lot of power for a variety of tasks. It will be priced starting at $799. It also has a couple of new accessories: a keyboard case, and Apple's new Pencil stylus. The Apple TV, on the other hand, is the first major revision of Apple's set-top box since 2010. It has more powerful internal hardware, Siri support, and is capable of running third party apps. It will be available starting at $149 for 32GB of storage, and $199 for 64GB.