Come Wednesday, you'll be able to order an iPad Pro online on Apple.com/uk. But if you are among those who need a feel before the kill, just walk in to any of Apple's retail stores or Apple Authorised Resellers later in the week.
What's more, you'll also be able to order Apple Pencil, Cupertino's first ever stylus as well as a new Smart Keyboard if you're willing to substitute your laptop for the iPad Pro. Both will be sold separately.
A 12.9-inch Retina display that is an absolute cracker of a screen, but there's a lot more to the iPad Pro than just the display.
What you'll get to play with are an A9X processor which is almost twice as fast as the A8X chip, a 4-speaker audio system that delivers three times the volume of an iPad Air 2, an LTE-capable (4G) variant, up to 128GB of internal storage, ten hours of battery life and a maximum of 16K resolution in the display.
Exactly how much you'll pay for the iPad Pro depends on what you exactly need. The basic 32GB Wi-Fi model will set you back £679 and the premium Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB model will rock a tag of £899.
If you love accessories, especially ones which serve as force multipliers, you might also consider spending £79 for Apple Pencil and £139 for the Smart Keyboard. Let us warn you that the keyboard will come in US English keyboard layout only.
Fortunately, the pricing isn't subjective to your choice of colours. You will be able to choose from silver, gold and space gray colours.
To look more customer friendly, Apple will also offer free Personal Setup if you choose to buy an iPad Pro from any of its retail stores. This will include "setting up email, showing them new apps from the App Store and more."