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Jun 09, 2017 10:55 AM EDT

iPad Pro 2 Latest News: iPad Pro 2 Pre-Order Now Available; New Apple Tablet Hit Stores Next Week [VIDEO]


Apple launched its new line-up of tablets at the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The new iPad Pro 2 will hit stores next week, but Apple fans can now pre-order Apple's best all-round tablet.

Apple officially unveiled its newest iPad Pro 2, and it looks like the new tablet is about to kick Microsoft's Surface Pro to the curb. Apple claims that its new iPad Pro 2 has the world's most advanced display.

The new iPad Pro 2 can now be pre-order on the Apple website. But the device won't be available in stores until next week, June 12. If a person will order the new iPad Pro 2 online, that person can expect the new tablet to be delivered next week, Examiner reported.

Every customer who purchases Apple's new iPad Pro 2 will be offered with free personal setup, which is either in-store or online. The Apple team will help buyers to set up their emails and will show the apps available. However, Apple's new iPad Pro 2 is up for grabs in four colors, silver, space gray rose gold and gold.

In terms of the price, the iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch with 64GB Wi-Fi model starts at $649, the 256GB model costs $749 and the iPad Pro 2 with massive 512GB of internal storage will have a $949 price tag. Meanwhile the iPad Pro 2 12.9-inch 64GB Wi-Fi only version starts at $799, the iPad Pro 2 12.9-inch 256GB version sets back at $899 and the top-end 12.9-inch 512GB model costs $1,099, Tech Radar reported.

Despite the impressive changes to the new iPad Pro 2, what's more intriguing about the new iOS tablets is what's under the hood. The breakthrough performance of the iPad Pro 2 is courtesy of the latest 64-bit A10X Fusion chip. The iOS 11 mobile operating system also plays a major role as to why the new tablet is deemed a lot better than the Microsoft Surface Pro.

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