It has been over a year since Apple released its last iPad Pro, and while one year normally marks the time between releases, Apple has been largely silent about its keyboard-connecting, Pencil-friendly iPad. They also tell where the Apple Special Event will be taking place: The Brooklyn Academy of Music in NY.
Apple is expected to unveil a highly anticipated update to its iPad at a special event in NY later this month.
Apple has recently launched the new iPhones for 2018 but as expected, there was something more left to be unveiled. The new iPads could also be coming with a new Apple Pencil with a magnetic attachment.
In addition, the expected long-awaited update to MacBook Air-new model with a thin frame and a Retina display, which will be a more accessible alternative to the 12-inch MacBook. We could probably see some new hardware, by the end of this month.
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Apple hasn't officially provided any statement with respect to the October 30 event. The iPad Pro will still retain its overall physical footprint from a year ago while changes will be on the display that is said to be capable of 4K HDR output. A radical redesign, which has the iPad Pro drop the home button in favor of a design similar to the iPhone X, XS and XR is expected, according to Bloomberg. In recent years, the two devices have produced less than 10 percent of the company's total revenue and Apple has been struggling to improve these figures.
They've also predicted that Apple may choose to ditch the headphone jack in the upcoming iPad Pro. Reports add that the new iPad Pro models, in 11- and 12.9-inch sizes, will switch away from Apple's Lightning connector to USB Type-C. Earlier in the year, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said via an investor note that Apple is planning to introduce spec bumps for the MacBook Pro, iMac, and believe it or not, the Mac Mini later this year. Also, there might be news on new AirPods as well. It seems the logo changes every time you refresh the event page.