It seems that Apple fans will no longer have to wait for ordering their most desirable iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Apple Store is offering a sale for both devices.

GSM Arena notes that the iPhone SE comes with iPhone 6S feature in the 4-inch body. The device sports a 4-inch display, and an A9 or M9 processor coupled with 2GB RAM and Live photo support. The device also supports 4K video recording, and 12 MP camera is placed on the rear-side.

iPhone SE arrives with storage options such as 64GB and 16 GB. Buyers would have colour options like Gold, Rose Gold, Space Gray and Silver.

Meanwhile, Apple’s 9.7 inches iPad Pro is the small version of the 12.9 inches iPad Pro. The new tablet comes with 12 MP rear camera, 2 GB RAM and 4K video recording capability. The device is powered by A9/M9 processors.

9.7-inch iPad Pro is bundled with the Smart Connector, which is useful in connecting various accessories like the smart keyboard. Apple Pencil support is also included and the accessories are also provided according to the smaller size of the iPad. The tablet comes in Rose Gold, Gold, Space Gray and Silver colours, while in terms of storage capacity, models such as 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB are available, notes GSM Arena.

According to Neurogadget, customers who wish to buy 64 GB iPhone SE will cost $499 for the unlocked handset while for the unlocked version of 16 GB, will cost $399. Buyers who are interested in 32 GB Wi-Fi 9.7 inches iPad Pro will be available with a price tag of $599 whereas 128 GB model will be priced at $749 and 256 GB will be $899.

While the Wi-Fi + cellular model of 9.7-inch Pad Pro of 128 GB will cost $879, 256 GB will be priced at $1029, and for 32 GB it will be $729.

Both iPhone SE and 9.7 inches iPad Pro can be purchased from apple’s retail stores on Mar 31. So it is evident that the pre-orders will start from that day. Countries such as Singapore, Peurto Rico, New Zealand, France, US, Canada, Germany, Chile, Virgin Islands, Japan, China, Australia and Hong Kong are allowed to pre-order for iPhone SE and iPad Pro, cites Neurogadget.