Apple confirms an event for 30 October, here's what to expect

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The tech bellwether is set to hold a special event in Brooklyn, New York, on October 30, in which it is expected announce refreshes on its hardware.

In July it was reported that the company will release a new 11-inch iPad Pro that support Face ID.

You can see vibrant swaths of color, brush splatters, and beveled cutouts in n numerous invitational teasers, which is definitely hinting at a more capable Apple Pencil coming along October 30. The new iPad Pros are likely to see an edge-to-edge display, Face ID and other incremental improvements.

In September, Apple unveiled its new "iPhone XS", "XS Max" and "XR" phones during a launch at the Steve Jobs Theater on its new campus in Cupertino, California. Rumors are having it that the new iPad Pro will also include a USB-C connector instead of Lightning and that there might be a possible removal of the headphone jack. Now a new report citing multiple accessory makers at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics Trade Fair in Hong Kong reported that they have heard much the same thing. At $329, the 9.7-inch tablet is Apple's cheapest iPad and fine for most people.

Guess we'll just have to wait until 30 October to find out what Apple has in store for the Christmas holidays.

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As Apple already launched its new iPhone 2018 devices and Apple Watch series, the new generation of iPad Pro 2018 tablets are expected to roll out during the upcoming event.

The new iPads are expected to have the same FaceID system as Apple's iPhones, and a redesigned casing with no home button and smaller bezels. The current Mac mini starts at $499 - the MacBook Air at $999.

Though it's early to expect a new version of the iOS 12, but we always crave for more. However, there have also been some reports about a "pro" variant which is dubbed as the "Mac mini Pro".

Also new: USB-C as the way to charge the tablet, according to noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, replacing the Lightning port Apple now uses on all of its mobile devices outside of Macs.

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