Those of you looking to get your hands on the iPad Pro or, more likely, the next-generation Apple TV will be pleased to hear that both devices will be hitting Apple’s online store at the end of the month. It’ll be timed out so that the first online orders of the two devices will be delivered to customers in November, which is when both of them will also become available at Apple’s physical retail stores.
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 after going 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 reach customers in early November. Apple has previously said that the new Apple TV will go on sale at some point in October, and that the iPad Pro would go on sale in November. However, the company did not say that the first Apple TV units will arrive in early November, or that the iPad Pro would actually go on sale online in late October. We reported earlier this week that the iPad Pro will show up in stores in early November, narrowing the tablet’s availability window. Apple is also preparing to launch a new 4K 21.5-inch iMac as soon as next Tuesday, potentially alongside upgraded “Magic Keyboard,” “Magic Mouse 2,” and “Magic Trackpad 2” accessories with the company’s latest input technologies. Apple has also been working on faster versions of the 5K 27-inch iMac line and new laptops with the latest Intel chips, but it is currently unclear if those are ready for debut next week as well.