Apple iPad Pro coming to T-Mobile November 18th

Apple iPad Pro coming to T-Mobile November 18th
While Apple will be selling the new Apple iPad Pro online starting today, T-Mobile announced that it will have the 12.9-inch slate available on November 18th. The Apple iPad Pro can be purchased from the carrier via JUMP! On Demand, for a down payment of $199.99 with montly installment payments of $34. Another option is to purchase the device using T-Mobile' interest-free financing. With that plan, you put $199.99 down and pay $36.67 over 23 months, with the remaining balance due on the 24th month. The full retail price of the 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad Pro is $1079.99.

Also being offered online starting November 18th will be the Apple Pencil (available for $99) and the Smart Keyboard ($169). On its website, T-Mobile has started accepting pre-registrations for the device. Send in your email address and you will receive updates pertaining to the tablet, including an e-mail notification when pre-orders are being accepted.

The 12.9-inch tablet will be perfect for T-Mobile customers able to take advantage of the company's new Binge On feature. This allows subscribers to 24 streaming video sites to view movies, television shows and live streams without the data used being counted against their monthly data allowance.


source: T-Mobile

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iPad Pro
  • Display 12.9" 2048 x 2732 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.2 MP front
  • Processor Apple A9X, Dual-core, 2260 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 10307 mAh

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20 Comments

1. SIGPRO

Posts: 2817; Member since: Oct 03, 2012

iPad Pro........don't you mean iPad Fail?

15. AlikMalix unregistered

Explain...

17. SIGPRO

Posts: 2817; Member since: Oct 03, 2012

Windows 10 x86 vs iOS......nuff said!

21. AlikMalix unregistered

So by your logic, for a tablet to be successful is based on whether it runs an OS that you prefer. I bet android tablet is absolutely made by gods according to you. Whether the product is a success or a failure is determined by market, NOT YOU! Apple built their products based on their vision and msft built theirs based on theirs - market chooses whichever is more popular.

22. SIGPRO

Posts: 2817; Member since: Oct 03, 2012

Your bet is false i don't like Android! iPad sales are declining every year and Surface sales are rising! iOS is boring, Windows has more options/features/settings! iPad just lacks behind and that is the truth if you want to see it or not!

23. AlikMalix unregistered

That's your opinion.... You can't debate subjectively. Wipe that bias off your face, then we can have a proper argument conversation.

2. Zylam

Posts: 1817; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

I have a feeling the iPad Pro won't do so well, it doesn't have that "hybrid" element like the Surface Pro does. But the problem is an apple product "not doing so well" is still like 12 million+ units a quarter, for any other manufacturer that would be considered a huge success, specially in tablets. I think the iPad Pro 3 will be a beast. IPad pro one is still pretty awesome, but not worth it at the current stage, just like the Surface 1 wasn't.

7. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

The iPad Pro is never going ti be successful do to pricing and its limitation with ARM. It's not worth $1000 for such limited when you can get devices that have no limitations for less money. Every person who buys this is an idiot...even if it is a business. There is no professional level usage for a tablet like this.where you have software with limits.

16. AlikMalix unregistered

Is that why nearly doctors, law offices, stores, even every AT&T and Verizon stores and surveyors all use an iPads? Or that most of tablets used today are iPads... I'm pretty sure many of the businesses will switch to iPad Pro in time as well.. That's a lot of idiots... Dumb post, techie. How many does Apple have to sell of a niche product like the iPad Pro for you to dub it successful?

3. darkkjedii

Posts: 31054; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

I can't wait to see, and play with one in store. I won't be buying a tablet for 2 more years, but it's mos def my next one. 128 gig gold, unless they've upped the storage to 256 by then.

4. g2a5b0e unregistered

It's kind of strange to hear someone say they're planning to buy a device that's coming out now two years from now. Who knows what better options might be available at that time? As someone who follows tech, you already know that 2 years is an eternity in this industry.

5. darkkjedii

Posts: 31054; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Tablet wise I tend to stick with iOS, because I have so much vested in the ecosystem. I have about 60 movies maybe 30 episodes of TV shows probably 20 music videos tons of apps all of my pictures and videos that I've recorded, so just makes sense to stay with ios as far as a tablet goes. It'll be the latest one but it'll be an iPad pro.

6. g2a5b0e unregistered

I didn't mean switching operating systems. From what you said, it sounded like you meant you were going to buy the iPad Pro coming out now in 2 years. It wasn't clear to me that you meant you were going to buy whatever iPad Pro is the most current at that time.

8. darkkjedii

Posts: 31054; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

My bad lol, the newest version. I'm getting the Note 6 too.

9. g2a5b0e unregistered

Yeah, me too. Very satisfied with the Note 5. The Note 4 was great with Kit-Kit, but Lollipop messed my sh*t up. I hope Marshmallow doesn't have the same effect on my Note 5. Still though, I think the Note 2 was the best Note when it was released. It blew EVERYTHING at the time out of the water. There are lots of good choices now.

10. darkkjedii

Posts: 31054; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

I never actually had any problems with lollipop, other than the aggressive RAM management issue and that was on my s6 edge. The note 5 has been problem free so far it's a great device, and I'm looking forward to the next iteration. The note series is definitely my daily driver now.

11. g2a5b0e unregistered

The aggressive RAM management is annoying & it still exists on the Note 5. It isn't so much a glitch as it is a choice by Samsung, but they need to cut it out. I'm on T-Mobile. After I got the Lollipop update on the Note 4, I started to get some fairly consistent lag across the home screens & some of my stock widgets started to have these strange graphical glitches. Not deal breakers, but pretty annoying for such a powerful device. That was 5.0.1 I think. 5.1.1 on the Note 5 is great though.

12. darkkjedii

Posts: 31054; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Once I hit the 8th open app, they start to reload. It's aggresive, but not an issue. I think you're right, that it's choice by sammy, probably why the device runs so smooth, and lag free. Note 5 is the king to me, not perfect, but almost lol.

14. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

But Samsung's Gaalxy devices have always been RAM hogs. No matter how much RAM you install, more than 50% of the RAM is gone even fresh out the box. I noticed this right away with the GS3. After installing maybe 20 apps, for what was already a sluggish device, it got really slow to being unusable. I still have it. I got my wife the GS4 and it was the same issue. The S5 ran better, but still more than 50% of the RAM is used. The Note is worse on hogging RAM. If the system is using that much RAM leaving me half or less, it should be much faster than it is. The stock apps I noticed don't reload. 3rd party apps always reload because they haven't been updated to take advantage of app in Lollipop not needed to be reloaded. I swapped my S6 Edge+ to go back to the Note 5 after selling my Note Pro. I like the Note ever since the Note 2 which was my first. But to be honest, even thought it fast and nearly buttery smooth; its not as fast as it seems it should be. While I had my mom's iPhone 6S Plus. I reset my Note 5 just so I could do some side by side tests of my own. My results were nothing like what I saw in videos. But i ddint cheery pick apps like Angry Birds and Temple Run which I know relaod on Android. I did a test with stocks apps and the Note blew the iPhone 6S away until I had to pull them from the tray. There is no reason a phone with 4GB of RAM should ever need to reload an app even if its a VM. Also, I did another test where I filled up my phone with music, but I left 10GB untouched. The device was very laggy. I wanted to be able to have what would have been 50% of my music library on the phone. It slowed it way to much. The older S6 Edge I had with 128GB, I dropped 70GB of music on it and it ran like a champ. Dont know why the Note slowed to nearly a crawl. I love the Note as a whole, but performance based on my usage or planned usage has not deemed good results in certain areas. Overall it is a champ.

13. bugsbunny00

Posts: 2264; Member since: Jun 07, 2013

yeahhh, just in time for free STREAMING!.

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