Apple sends invitation to media event on 30 Oct

Donna Miller
October 23, 2018

The event is expected to new computers and tablets of Apple.

The tag line, "There's more in the making" appears to be a nod to both the "one more thing" aspect of this late-in-the-season event, along with the company's newfound refocus on creative professionals.

Apple's new iPad Pro models will likely launch alongside an updated version of the Apple Pencil.

Besides new iPad Pro series, Apple is expected to announce AirPod 2 with longer wireless earphone connectivity range and increased battery life. The new iPad devices are also expected to come with Face ID instead of the Touch ID like on the previous generations iPads.

Apple has more in store for everyone.

Source online are hinting that the event is when the company from Cupertino will unveil and speak about the company's new iPad Pro.

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It's widely believed that Apple will reveal a new iPad Pro and potentially some updates to its Macbook lineup. The new laptop could feature a higher resolution retina display with thinner bezels around the screen and faster processors.

Apart from these two products, there is also buzz about a Mac Mini which has been in dire need of an upgrade for years. On the software side, expect the tech giant to release some details for iOS 12.1 update and WatchOS updates as well. - Apple will likely run the models from an "A11X Bionic" chip, a boost from the A11 Bionic chip that comes with the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus.

But 9to5Mac doesn't think any new earbuds are coming just yet.

On the desktop side, the Mac Mini seems to be nearly a lock for an update, and it's possible the company will use the event to freshen up the specs on its iMacs as well, as they haven't been updated in around a year.

Currently, we've no idea exactly what Mac product Apple will bring to the October event, but with 2018 so far seeing fewer of the range than other years, it's nearly definite there will be at least one. So, for all of us, it's still a mystery what all Apple may bring up in the October 30th event.

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