While Apple might have refreshed some of its products already, such as the MacBook Pro and the iPhone, there are still several products that Apple has yet to update. This includes the iPad Pro, the MacBook Air, the 12-inch MacBook, and the iMac. Many expected these devices to be announced this month, and it looks like Apple has finally confirmed it.

The company has announced that they will be hosting an event on the 30th of October where it will be held in Brooklyn and where it can also be live streamed. Apple does not mention what will be announced, but given that in the past we have seen how some product refreshes were done without much fanfare, it’s safe to say that Apple might have plenty to announce this time round.

Like we said, there is speculation that the event could see Apple introduce new iPad Pros that will come with Face ID, a new design, a new magnetic connector, and could also see Apple ditch Lightning in favor of USB-C, making it a first for an iOS device. There have also been rumors of a cheaper MacBook in the works, and given that we haven’t seen the iMac updated in a while, we wouldn’t be surprised if there was an iMac refresh as well.

There have been talks about a possible cheaper and smaller HomePod but whether or not that will be covered in this event remains to be seen. Either way check back with us on the 30th of October for all the details.

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