Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
iPad: Apple (AAPL) has announced when customers can start ordering the iPad Pro, reports MacRumors. The tech company will start allowing customer to place online orders for the iPad Pro on Nov. 11, which is Wednesday. It also said that customer would be able to purchase the new tablet from its Apple Stores later this week. The device starts at $799 for the 32GB Wi-Fi model and can reach $1,079 for the 128GB version with Wi-Fi and cellular. Other retailers likely won’t be getting the device until a later time.
Jobs: The new film about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been pulled from many theaters, AppleInsider notes. A lack of interest in the film has resulted in it being pulled from 2,072 theaters. It still remains available for viewing at 421 theaters across the country. The film received positive reviews from critics, but has only currently grossed a little more than $16 million. It had a budget of $30 million and advertising also added more to this cost.
TV: Apple has released the first update for its fourth-generation Apple TV, reports 9to5Mac. The new update for the set-top box is called tvOS 9.0.1 and can be downloaded by users via the “Settings” option if their device doesn’t automatically update. No notes were released with the update and it’s unknown what changes were made to the operating system. However, it’s likely that this release was to fix performance issues and bugs that some users may have experienced.