Apple announces mystery product event

Ruben Fields
October 19, 2018

APPLE HAS ANNOUNCED a 30 October launch event where it's expected to unveil new iPad Pros and new MacBooks. Unlike the last event which Apple held on its campus, this time around they are headed to Brooklyn for the keynote.

Apple has sent invites for a launch event this month in New York City.

All signs, however, are pointing to a refresh of Apple's iPad Pro. It is, however, the second Apple product launch outside of California this year.

On its website, Apple said the event will be live streamed. During the upcoming event, the company will likely announce revamped iPad Pro models, which are rumored to include Apple's Face ID technology and a display that goes almost edge to edge. A redesign is definitely due and the new MacBook Air might be announced with a higher resolution Retina display and Touch ID built-in.

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