Apple's "There's more in the making" media event is coming soon, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman wrote some "last minute leaks" about Apple's forthcoming iPad Pro and the new Macs. Anonymous sources told Gurman that Apple will bring iPad Pro with Face ID; an entry-level laptop designed to replace the MacBook Air; and a Mac mini towards professional users.


The new iPad Pro is the most significant update since the lineup was introduced in 2015, it will get the full-screen design, slim-bezels, no Home button and no fingerprint reader, a USB-C port to charge and transfer data, to adopt an LCD screen rather than OLED, Face D support with new TrueDepth camera, A12X bionic chip, a custom Apple graphics chip - first time in iPad history, and finally a new updated Apple Pencil.

This is the first time since June 2017, the Macs have been extensively being updated. Sources said the following products may be released next week: A new entry-level notebook replaces the MacBook Air with a higher resolution screen and ultra-thin bezel design; Mac mini with new processors and features for professional users; updated iMacs may also on the table.

On October 30th, Apple will use the stage in Brooklyn, New York, to unveil new Mac and iPads. The theme of the event is "making," and it will take place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, to marks the future outcome of Apple's tablets and computers.

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