Apple is expected to hold an October launch event sometime soon as cryptic invitations have been available on the web with the tagline ‘We have still a lot to cover’. During the last September special launch event held on September 12, Apple was speculated to launch more products than just iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and Apple Watch Series 4. But the October event could bring all those products that were speculated but didn’t release last month.
Since Apple hasn’t clarified on what it would launch, we could only assume what products it could be and moreover, we don’t even know the date yet. But as Apple Insider analyzed, the October Event has occurred between seven to eight days after the invitations were sent and therefore, we can do the math and predict that it is sometime next week specifically on Thursday thanks to the previous October launches.
About the products that could make it to the October launch event are the new MacBook and Pro line-up even after it launched updated line-up earlier this year with T2 chip and superior performances. Further, speculations are gathered around products such as an affordable version of MacBook, MacBook Air, and a MacBook Pro without Touch Bar that could possibly launch at the upcoming event.
What’s most speculated is the new line-up of iPad Pro for which, renders and numerous leaks were available through the year. Citing the leaks, we could see an iPhone X-like full-screen edge to edge display iPad Pro models with two screen sizes without any home button. Further, rumors have suggested that Apple could revamp the current A10X chip with its new A12 Chip or another A11X Chip or A10X/A11X with the 7nm processor.
Apple Insider suggests that Apple could unveil new line-up for iMac with a better screen as opposed to the last generation that had too low iMac screens. Other products could be a new Mac Mini but there’s no HomePod or AirPlay or AirPower at this event for sure. So, what do you think Apple could unveil at this October launch event? Stay tuned as we cover it all on True-Tech.
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