Apple on Wednesday unveiled its new iPad Pro with a A12Z bionic chip and a new LiDAR scanner, aimed at providing a new augmented reality experience,media reported. The company expects the first iPad Pro orders to arrive to customers on Wednesday, March 25, and Apple has begun shipping new iPad Pros from China to ensure the tablets reach consumers on time.
Apple has not yet provided shipping details through its own tracking system, but U.S. customers who are receiving packages through UPS can use a reference-by-reference tracking feature with a phone number or order number to track their packages.
UPS My Choice shows upcoming deliveries in calendar view for those who sign up for their accounts, as well as an “iPad Pro” shipment that is currently being shipped. Customers can sign up for a UPS My Choice account for free.
While the new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro sits expected to arrive next week, the new Magic Keyboard with a trackpad, which debuted with them, won’t be available until sometime in May.
The iPad Pro, ordered on Friday, is expected to reach customers from April 3 to April 7, and the first delivery orders for the device will be full yover signed on March 25. In terms of price, the 11-inch 128GB version of the iPad Pro costs 6,229 yuan, the adapted keyboard costs 2,199 yuan, the 12.9-inch 128GB version of the iPad Pro costs 7,899 yuan, and the adapted version of the keyboard costs 2,699 yuan.