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It looks like you do not have to wait for ordering your most desirable iPhone SE and 9.7 inches iPad Pro because they are straight away available at Apple Store.

At Apple’s event called “Let US Loop In”, the iPhone SE was announced. The new phone is actually an iPhone 6S clad in the body of iPhone 5 or 5S. In this smaller iPhone SE, you will find the 4-inches display, 2GB RAM and Live photo support, capacity of 4K video recording, 12 MP camera and A9/M9 processor. The news is out that this iPhone SE is supposed to be the speediest iPhone right now. The phone can be found with the storage of 64 and 16 GB right now with four colors available in that are Gold, Rose Gold, Space Gray and Silver.

While speaking of Apple’s 9.7 inches iPad Pro, it is said that it has similar features as of the 12.9 inches iPad Pro. The features are 12 MP back camera, 2 GB RAM whereas 12GB is in 12.9 inch iPad Pro, 4K video recording capability, processors of A9/M9. With the Smart Connector of 9.7 inches iPad Pro, you can connect various accessories with it, just like the smart keyboard. This iPad can work with the Apple Pencil as well and the accessories are also available as per the smaller size of the iPad. The available colors for this iPad are Rose Gold, Gold, Space Gray and Silver with storage capacity 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB.

If you are going to buy 64 GB iPhone SE, then you have to spend $499 for the unlocked piece and for the unlocked 16 GB, you have to spend $399. If you are purchasing 32 GB Wi-Fi 9.7 inches iPad Pro, then it will cost $599, 128 GB will be for $749 and 256 GB will cost $899.

The complete cost of Wi-Fi + cellular will be like for 128 GB, it will be $879, for 256 GB, it will be $1029, and for 32 GB, it will be $729.

On 31st March, the iPhone SE and 9.7 inches iPad Pro will be available on apple’s retail stores, so expectedly, the delivery of the pre-orders will start from that day. The pre-orders for iPhone SE and iPad Pro are accessible for selected countries like Singapore, Peurto Rico, New Zealand, France, US, Canada, Germany, Chile, Virgin Islands, Japan, China, Australia and Hong Kong.