MacRumors reports that Apple has finally been granted approval by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, just in time for their launch in November.
The iPad Pro will be sold in Silver, Space Gray and Gold versions, with prices starting at $799 for a 32GB Wi-Fi-only model. The most expensive model in the range is the Wi-Fi+ LTE 128GB model, costing $1079. The Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard will cost $99 and $169 respectively.
As far as other new Apple accessories are concerned, MacRumors notes that a German website, iFun.de, has spotted that Apple has added some small print to its German website stating that the Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro will only be available with a U.S. English layout when it is launched. In contrast, the Magic Keyboard will be available in more than 12 language versions when it is launched.
Source: iPad Pro and Apple Pencil Pass FCC, Smart Keyboard Limited to U.S. Layout at Launch