Apple announced the first of several new hardware devices, the iPad Pro, in the US today.
The company says it will start selling the new iPad Pro in the coming weeks in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The new devices, which are also called iPad Pro and iPad Pro Plus, are Apple’s first new tablets since 2010, when the company introduced the original iPad.
They feature new hardware including a 12.9-inch Retina display, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 12MP rear camera and a 1MP front camera.
Apple is selling the iPads in a range of sizes and configurations, starting at $799.
The iPad Pro with Retina Display costs $1,499.
The Apple iPad Pro comes with 32GB of storage and the iPad Air with Retine display costs $999.
The iPad Pro is available in both 16GB and 64GB versions, with prices starting at £799 for the 16GB model and £1,199 for the 64GB model.
The iPads are available in four colors, including gold, silver, blue and pink.
The 16GB iPad Pro also has a fingerprint sensor, making it compatible with Apple Pay.
Apple has not released any information about pricing and availability.
It is unclear when the new iPads will be available in the UK.