That was even quick! Less than a month after its official announcement, the 6th generation iPad – with Apple Pencil support – is already officially approved by National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). Or a version of it, at least.
Already painted in the agency’s system the approval of the version Wi-Fi + Cellular of the new tablet, model A1954. Here is the certificate:
Here, two photos of the unit sent to Anatel for analysis:
The sixth generation iPad already appears on the Apple Brazil website and its prices are already known – R $ 2,500 and R $ 3,000 for the 32GB and 128GB Wi-Fi versions, respectively, or R $ 3,200 and R $ 3,700 for the Wi-Fi versions. + Cellular.
We still don’t know exactly when they will be available for purchase here, however – although it shouldn’t be long, since the other model of the tablet is approved by Anatel. We’ll be connected.
Update May 02, 2018 at 18:49
The Wi-Fi version of the sixth-generation iPad was also approved by Anatel.