We've seen countless rumors and leaks when it comes to the iPad Pro, and now it seems that a final report coming from 9to5Mac seems to confirm that we will indeed see it being unveiled on September 9.
According to the publication, the “iPad Pro” is currently scheduled to hit retail outlets in November, after a pre-order campaign that will launch toward the end of October. Mark Gurman has shared some more details regarding the event:
"Next week’s event will include an “unprecedented” blitz of product introductions, even potentially outmatching last year’s iPhone 6, Apple Watch, and Apple Pay keynote at the Flint Center in Cupertino. If the iPad Pro is indeed shown off next week, sources indicate that the new iPad mini 4 will also be introduced alongisde it. A third version of the iPad Air is also in the works, but sources confirm that it won’t be released until 2016. New Macs are also unlikely to appear next week."
The iPad Pro is said to be aimed at power users and will run iOS 9.1. The larger-sized tablet will support a Force Touch-based stylus, and will include speakers on two sides for a more powerful stereo effect.
The refreshed iPad mini 4 is said to be a thinner version of the current iPad mini, featuring a faster A-series chip with support for split-screen apps first introduced in iOS 9. A pair of upgraded cameras is also believed to make its way in the device.