The long-awaited iPad Pro is now available to order on Apple’s (AAPL) website and through the Apple Store app.
The device, which was first introduced at an Apple’s event back in September, is significantly larger than previous versions with a 12.9-inch retina display, and it starts at $799 for a 32GB model. The price jumps up to $949 for 128GB, and to $1079 for 128GB with cellular.
The Apple Pencil, the tech company’s first digital stylus, and Smart Keyboard cover are also available to order, costing $99 and $169 respectively.
9To5Mac writes that the iPad Pro is scheduled to be available in stores later this week, but there are currently some options for same-day in-store pickup. Delivery is reportedly expected to take two days, while the stylus and keyboard are already backordered 5-7 business days.
Tablet retailers have been battling numerous obstacles recently that have led to decreasing sales. Some analysts believe that making the devices larger will help revive the market. Although Apple is expected to sell fewer iPad Pros than its smaller and cheaper counterparts, it’s likely that higher per-unit profits will help boost revenue.