Retailer advertising new iPad Pro and redesigned iMac as launching on May 21
Apple’s redesigned iMac and new M1 iPad Pro models will release together in the second to last week in May, according to U.K. retailer John Lewis, who is currently advertising the new products as “available” from Friday, May 21.
Apple announced the new iPad Pro and dramatically redesigned 24-inch iMac last week at its “Spring Loaded” special event, saying the products would be available during the second half of May, without setting a firm release date.
The date, first reported by MacRumors, lines up with an earlier rumor from leaker Jon Prosser, who suggested the 11-inch iPad Pro would begin delivering to customers on Friday, May 21.
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Apple will begin accepting pre-orders for the two new products beginning tomorrow on Friday, April 30th.