Apple's boss Tim Cook is touting the company's iPad Pro as a replacement for personal computers. Cook is also hinting at a possible new health product of Apple.

Prior to the iPad Pro's launch, the Apple chief has drummed up a lot of excitement for the Apple's newest product. Just recently, The Telegraph posted an exclusive interview with Cook quoting him saying the iPad Pro is aimed to substitute notebooks or desktop computers.

“I think if you’re looking at a PC, why would you buy a PC anymore? No really, why would you buy one?" said Cook in the interview. “Yes, the iPad Pro is a replacement for a notebook or a desktop for many, many people. They will start using it and conclude they no longer need to use anything else, other than their phones."

Cook also said that apart from his iPhone, he revealed he only travels with only the new 12.9-inch  iPad Pro. He said he is in love with the device's Split View multitasking capacity available on Apple's latest operating system, iOS 9.

​Cook is also anticipating that the new device will entice artists, especially as it comes equipped with the Apple Pencil and rocks an impressive sound system.​

​Meanwhile, Apple's boss also dropped hints about a new Apple health product that may be on the way. 

When asked about the company's future plans for its Apple Watch, he admitted he doesn't want to put the watch through the tedious process of  passing U.S. health regulatory tests. He added, however, that Apple wouldn't bother putting something beside the watch through the FDA process. He hinted that it is possibly an app, or "maybe something else."

​The iPad Pro goes on sale online starting on Nov. 11. The 32 GB Wi-Fi only variant is priced at $799. Customers will need to splurge $949 for the 128 GB Wi-Fi only model. In the meantime, the 128 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular variant has a price tag of $1,079.

​Just a quick reminder on the iPad Pro's specs: this device features a 2,732 x 2,048 resolution. It promises a battery life of 10 hours. Boasting a thickness of 6.9 mm and a weight of 1.57 pounds, Apple's upcoming large-screen tablet houses an A9X chip.​

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