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Murtazin: the iPad Pro is not in demand in Russia, has sold about 200 pieces

On Wednesday, Apple started selling the iPad Pro, the largest iPad with Retina display at 12.9 inches. November 11, the new product became available to customers from more than 40 countries, including Russia. Apple does not publish information on the volume of sales of the device, but, judging by the first reports, in our country, the gadget is in great demand.

According to a leading analyst of Mobile Research Group Eldar Murtazin, Apple managed to sell a few days no more than a few hundred iPad Pro. “Not so fast. Lovers iPad Pro in Russia there are 200 people with a tail. And the fans called themselves. How can this be?”, – wrote the analyst, who does not hide his passion for South Korean brand devices. To the question, how does it know sales statistics iPad Pro Murtazin said, “At lunch I heard from men”.

The main obstacle to the widespread popularity of iPad Pro could be the cost of new items. At the official online store “professional” model of the tablet in the initial configuration, with 32 GB memory and Wi-Fi is available for a 64 990 rubles. Top variant with 128 GB of memory and a cellular module, will cost 86 990 rubles.

An indirect confirmation of the words Murtazina may become public information about the availability of iPad Pro in different regions. According to information on the Apple website, delivery time iPad Pro in us online store increased from 1-3 days to 2-3 weeks. The company promises to deliver the gadget not before 25-30 November. This indicates a relatively high demand for the device. In the UK, Germany and some other European countries online Apple store shows the delivery status “5-7 working days”. In Russia Apple is ready to deliver the tablet to the buyer within 1 business day.

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Delivery time iPad Pro in the US is 2-3 weeks

Delivery time iPad Pro in the UK 5-7 days

Delivery time iPad Pro in Russia 1 day

On the eve of the start of sales of iPad Pro, Apple CEO Tim cook, when presenting the product in an interview with the Telegraph questioned the usefulness of personal computers. “… Why would you even buy a PC? No, really, why? — inquired of the cook, — Yes, iPad Pro is a replacement laptop and desktop for many, many people. They will start to use it and come to the conclusion that they don’t need anything else except phones.”

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