Apple to unveil new iPads, MacBooks on October 30

Apple iPad Pro Preview

Apple iPad Pro Preview

Apple has sent invites for a launch event this month in New York City. It's Apple's first product unveiling in NY.

Thanks to A12 Bionic, Apple iPhone XS and the XS Max including the iPhone XR series are powerful phones, which rival Android brands will take a year to match them.

It is highly expected that new iPad Pro models will debut.

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The iPhone maker revealed on Thursday that it will host a major event on October 30 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Howard Gilman Opera House. Some believe the cheaper model will feature 8th generation Intel Core CPUs and Touch ID fingerprint sensors, but won't include the touchscreen Touch Bar found on MacBook Pros. It doesn't really tell us much but according to speculation, one of it will be its all new iPad Pro for 2018.

Interestingly enough, there's also a rumor that Apple this year will introduce a new low-priced laptop that looks similar to the MacBook Air, albeit with slimmer bezels and a high-res Retina display. Many expect iPad Pro models with Face ID and thinner bezels, a possible refresh to the MacBook Air and Mac mini. However, iPad sales have slowed in recent years in favor of laptops and other larger screen devices. The new Mac mini desktop will focus on professional users. In March, the company announced new education software and an update to the entry-level iPad at a Chicago-area high school.

The image itself is claimed to show the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in its 2018 guise, with the suspicion being that this is merely a placeholder image that has been based on previous CAD leaks with a little creative license thrown in for good measure.

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