Apple confirms iPad and Macbook event will happen on October 30

Isaac Cain
October 19, 2018

Apple will hold a product announcement on October 30 in NY, where it will likely unveil new iPads and Mac computers.

The event will take place ahead of the shopping season at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, kicking off at 10am local time. Earlier today, Apple sent out invitations for yet another media event where the company is expected to introduce a slew of new hardware, including new iPads and more. It would also be an opportune time to launch the AirPower wireless charging pad that has gone unspoken of for much of the past year.

Aside from the iPad Pro refresh, it is possible that Apple may unveil a new Mac Mini and MacBook Air.

Furthermore, it's suggested that this forthcoming event will focus on new iPad Pros with Face ID featuring thinner bezels and its Mac lineup. You can read a round-up of all the 2018 iPad Pro rumours and leaks here. No matter what is actually announced, Apple will once again be live-streaming the event for those of you who are not able to be present.

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When Apple launched the iPad in 2010, it quickly became one of the company's most important products.

The new iPad Pro models will also feature reduced bezels that are approximately 6mm across all sides of the device.

It is, however, the second Apple product launch outside of California this year. If legit, this means the smaller iPad Pro model will measure in at 178mm wide and 247mm tall, while the larger-screened model will come in at 215mm x 280mm. Specifically, the MacBook Air is expected to be refreshed at this event.

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