Apple held another events on Tuesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the company unveiled what it's referring to as the biggest update to the iPad since it first came out eight years ago.
The iPad Pro has been completely redesigned. The Home Button is gone, and it also no longer features a headphone jack. It's basically one big screen with rounded corners—or as CEO Tim Cook called it, "A magical piece of glass."
It's available in two sizes: 11 inches starting at $799 and 12 inches starting at $999. You can choose between space gray and silver, and if you want, you can add a free engraving.
The iPad Pro also features Face ID, a Liquid Retina display, and it uses USB-C, which Apple suggests makes it easier to connect to other devices. And a convenient bonus—the iPad Pro can charge your iPhone.
You can order the iPad Pro now, with shipping scheduled for November 6th.