Finally Apple iPad Pro Goes Official

The Apple iPad Pro is undoubtedly the more interesting of the duo, packing a big 12.9" display with 2732 x 2048 pixels resolution, which keeps the same pixel density as the iPad Air 2 - 264ppi.

The new display is capable of variable fresh rate, which should improve the batter life. It also comes with a new accessory called announced Apple Pencil - an active stylus specifically designed for the iPad Pro. You can draw various diagrams and stuff on most of the system apps - they have been already updated to support it.
The iPad Pro is powered by a brand new A9x chip, which according to Apple offers twice the memory bandwidth of the A8x (within the iPad Air 2), twice the flash storage speed, 1.8x better overall performance and twice the GPU processing power. We can't confirm the new CPU core count and clock, neither can we yet detail the GPU and RAM amount.
The iPad Pro has a promised battery life of 10 hours if you are to use it nonstop.
The iPad Pro is big, but it's just 6.9mm thin and weighs 712g, which is decent for the size.
Apple announced another exclusive accessory for the iPad Pro - the Smart Keyboard, which is basically Apple's take on the Surface Type cover.
Apple iPad Pro runs on iOS 9 by default and it supports picture-in-picture and spilt screen view.
The Apple iPad Pro comes with the same 8MP iSight camera the Apple iPad Air 2 offered. Its connectivity options are virtually the same - Bluetooth, Wi-Fiac, and optional LTE Cat.4 support. There is a Touch ID sensor as well.
Apple iPad Pro will become available in November in Silver, Space Gray and Gold. The avaialble storage options are 32GB ($799) and 128GB ($949). The LTE model comes with 128GB only and costs $1079.
Finally, the Smart Keyboard will set you back $169, while the Apple Pencil is priced at $99.