It’s still hard to predict if Apple will find any success with the iPad Pro. The company did broaden the countries it usually launches products on the first day, something rare for Cupertino, but it seems that even then Apple wasn’t ready for the possible demand. Scarcity is even more notorious on the separate iPad Pro accessories, and it seems you’ll have to learn to deal with it.
Apple’s iPad Pro is currently available on most Apple Stores, and the wait for it online is barely 1 to 7 days, which is not that bad. The biggest problem is mainly with the new iPad Pro Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil, which sadly have crazy waiting periods of 4 to 5 weeks. If you’re desperate to get one, you can bet that scalpers have your back on eBay, but be ready to pay a lot of money. Most listings have the Apple Pencil alone going for $400, which is four times the listing price of the product.
Apple hasn’t really provided any insight as to why such a disparity between iPad Pro shipments and its accessories, but it seems that if you want to get the full package, you’ll just have to wait.