The event's tagline is "there's more in the making", and techies believe that Apple will finally showcase their iPad Pro and low-priced MacBook Air. A new version of Apple Pencil is also likely. If we were reading in to things, we may take the multiple versions of Apple's logo that accompanied the invites to the event as some kind of a hint that sketching, drawing or designing may form a big part of this announcement. Check them out here. This new model will have an 11-inch screen, but Apple reportedly plans to update its 12.9-inch iPad as well.
Apple is expected to launch new iPads and potentially laptops at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York on October 30. Apple will also live stream the presentation. The current Mac mini starts at $499 - the MacBook Air at $999. It is, however, the second Apple product launch outside of California this year. Back in June 2017, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro got introduced, and Apple has been pretty mum on its tablet family, which is already seemingly partaking in a one-horse race on yet another market that Apple is domineering.
Guess we'll just have to wait until 30 October to find out what Apple has in store for the Christmas holidays. Both are destined to feature minimized bezels, similar to the iPhone X, and feature Face ID with the TrueDepth camera system on board.
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There's also talk that the long-delayed Apple charging pad that can wirelessly charge iPhones, the Apple Watch and a new set of Apple AirPods with a new wireless charging case will finally arrive too. One rumor suggests that the new model will have Touch ID, a fingerprint sensor, but will lack the touchscreen Touch Bar found on Macbook Pro models.
The Mac Mini desktop computer has not been updated since 2014, despite its cult following.
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