It looks like we might have a better idea of what's coming inside Apple's rumored iPad Pro. The large tablet will reportedly start shipping in late November with iOS 9.1. Additionally, the base model of the iPad Pro is said to feature more storage than the entry models of either the iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3.

From 9to5Mac:

We've also learned that the base model of iPad Pro will likely ship with 64GB of storage, which is substantially more space than the 16GB base models of the iPad Air and iPad mini lines. Apple will also sell a pricer 128GB model. The device will run iOS 9.1, the first full point release to iOS 9. While the new iPhones will come in an additional Rose Gold color, we're told that the iPad Pro is likely to ship in the prior Gold, Silver, and Space Grey variations to start.

Additionally, the rumored stylus and keyboard accessory said to be developed with the device will apparently be sold separately, rather than as part of the iPad Pro package. This isn't surprising, as Apple rarely, if ever, bundles such accessories with the base product.

The iPad Pro is also said to feature a new A9X chip, which is reportedly a major leap forward over the A8X chip found in last year's iPad Air 2.

We expect to know much more about Apple's new devices come Wednesday, September 9, when the company will hold its iPhone event in San Francisco, California.

Source: 9to5Mac