The upcoming event which carries the theme "There's more in the making" will be held in Brooklyn, New York instead of its new Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park.
After weeks of speculation, Apple finally sent out invitations out for a new October media event, set to kick off on October 30th.
BAM, which typically hosts highbrow music concerts and dance recitals, was approached by Apple "some months ago", according to a spokesperson, and agreed because it considered an Apple product launch to be "different and culturally significant". 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". It's also worth mentioning that Apple's next-gen iPad Pro models will reportedly ship without a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.
The new iPad Pro models will also feature reduced bezels that are approximately 6mm across all sides of the device. Meanwhile, a new Apple Watch charging option has been discreetly added to Cupertino's official USA e-store, including, you guessed it, USB-C compatibility.
The new iPad Pro most probably will keep the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes as the predecessor, but everything else will undergo changes. The new iPad Pro will be able to support Face ID in landscape, export 4K video over USB-C, and more.
Apple typically streams the event live on its website and on Apple TV.
When it comes to entry-level laptops, the current MacBook Air in its current form has been in the market for an extended period of time.