iPad Pro now available in Taiwan, South Korea, the Philippines and Dominican Republic

iPad Pro with Smart Keyboard

Less than a month after its launch in the United States and most of the other major markets in the world, Apple today launched the iPad Pro in Taiwan, South Korea, Dominican Republic and the Philippines.
The Pro tablet is available for purchase through Apple’s online store in the country as well as through selected authorised retailers and resellers.
In Taiwan, the base model of iPad Pro starts at NT$27,900, while in the Philippines and South Korea the prices start from ₱42,990 and ₩999,000, respectively.
The iPad Pro is already available in most of the key markets across the globe for Apple including Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Australia, Thailand, United Kingdom and Russia.
Launched last month, the iPad Pro received high praise for its performance, but was ultimately said to be a letdown due to the restrictive nature of iOS 9.
Did you get your hands on the iPad Pro? Have you been impressed with it so far?
[Via MacRumors]


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