Apple has announced that it will be holding an event in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday 30 October.
The event is expected to focus on new iPad Pro and Mac models.More news: Nico Rosberg: Lewis Hamilton can break Michael Schumacher's records
APPLE LOOKS SET to launch new iPad Pro models on 30 October, and yet more rumours claim they'll be the first feature USB-C port instead of a proprietary Lightning port. We could probably see some new hardware, by the end of this month. Still, it would seem odd for Apple to move away from using its proprietary Lightning port in favor of a more open standard.
Adobe happens to have just announced full-fledged Photoshop for the iPad, so the timing seems ripe. The gadget hasn't been improved since its inception, and while it's a perfectly capable tool that would unlock your creativity, Apple is likely to have come up with an even more awesome update to the gadget. Further, a report that surfaced last night relays that a new Apple Pencil is in the works as well, with 9to5Mac reporting: 'The new Apple Pencil will be paired with iPad Pro by proximity, much like AirPods or HomePod.
Apple may launch an affordable MacBook Air variant. While it's true that Apple has a huge product catalog that continues to expand each year, the iPhone is still the company's most important and most popular product by a huge margin.More news: Turkey shells US-backed Kurdish fighters' positions in Syria: State media
Japanese technology news website Macotakara spoke to a range of accessory makers at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics trade show in Hong Kong, and was told the iPad Pro 2018 would have a USB-C port rather than a Lightning port.
9to5Mac also stated that the company could possibly introduce a new Mac mini as it hasn't been touched in years.
It can be argued that the home button that has spent the past decade on the front of Apple's iPhones and iPads is the single most iconic design element in consumer tech.More news: Ireland heads to polls for presidential election, blasphemy referendum