The iPad Pro comes in 11 or 12.9-inches and two colour ways: silver and space grey
Monthly contract pricing for the iPad Pro has been announced for the freshly unveiled iPad Pro, which will go on sale November 7.
Existing EE customers will see a 10 per cent discount on monthly charges as shown below. The 11-inch iPad Pro starts from £54 per month coming with 2GB data. On the same plan for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will cost £63 per month and £50 up front.
From Vodafone the iPad Pro 11-inch (64GB) is available from £53 per month (£60 upfront cost), including 5GB of data. The new iPad 12.9-inch (64GB) is available from £65 per month (£60 upfront cost) which also includes 5GB of data.
With Sky Mobile the 11-inch version starts from £26 per month coming with 1GB data, unlimited calls and text and no upfront cost on a 36 month plan. While the iPad Pro 12.9-inch starts from £31 per month on the same plan.
Higher data plans are available in 3GB, 8GB or 15GB. Customers can also opt for a 24 month contract instead. Monthly subscribers can swap the iPad Pro for the latest iPad model at the end of the contract.
Apple has been marketing the iPad Pro over the last few years as a productivity companion to replace laptops.
This years tablet iteration saw Apple debuting the A12X Bionic chip, a step above the A12 inside the iPhone XS, and is promised to be 50pc faster than its predecessor.
The home button has been removed and upgraded with Face ID. Also launched is a new Apple Pencil which charges when attached magnetically to the tablet. Also launched was a new Smart Keyboard Folio.
There are four storage options available: 64GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB. Both come in silver and space grey and weigh 468g (11-inch) and 631g (12.9-inch).
Apple has dropped its lightning port in favour of USB-C which connects to charge the unspecified battery. The vendor claims all models have a 10 hour battery life.