Apple Finally Announces Day It Will Probably Announce Some New iPads

Joanna Estrada
October 22, 2018

Apple isn't finished with new products this year as it plans to hold another special event on October 30. The event is dubbed "There's more in the making" and it is widely expected to be used to debut new Macs and iPads.

Apple is also likely to bring the new Pencil stylus with improved sensitivity and also offer longer battery life.

There are various invite logos, as per various media invites shared on Twitter. Check them out here.

While we don't yet know for sure what will happen during the event, strong rumors have new iPad Pros arriving with smaller bezels, no Home button and the inclusion of Face ID in an iPad for the first time.

After months of speculation, Apple has finally begun sending invites for its second fall event which is scheduled for October 30 in New York City at the Howard Gilman Opera House. Apple has developed a low-priced notebook with a Retina display, according to reports, and it would serve as a follow-up to the outdated MacBook Air.

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

It's been expected that Apple would host another event this year, following the iPhone event in early September.

It's widely believed that Apple will reveal a new iPad Pro and potentially some updates to its Macbook lineup. Apparently the iPad Pro 10.5 (2018) will be 247.64 x 178.52mm and the iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) will be 280.66 x 215mm.

Apple could also launch AirPower, the wireless charger for iPhones that is supposed to come out in 2018. Also, there is a possibility of the new MacBook Air with 9 gen Intel processors breaking covers.

In March, the company announced new education software and an update to the entry-level iPad at a Chicago-area high school. We expecting major upgrades for the iPad Pro and other releases as well.

The Mac Mini desktop computer has not been updated since 2014, despite its cult following.

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