Apple has announced that it will be holding an event in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday 30 October.
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The iPhone maker revealed on Thursday that it will host a major event on October 30 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Howard Gilman Opera House. The event is dubbed "There's more in the making" and it is widely expected to be used to debut new Macs and iPads. Reports add that the new iPad Pro models, in 11- and 12.9-inch sizes, will switch away from Apple's Lightning connector to USB Type-C. Apple will also live stream the presentation. Some have also suggested that Apple could launch a new version of Apple Pencil, alongside the new iPad Pros. But still, it felt as though new iPhones and Apple Watches were only part of the equation. During the upcoming event, the company will likely announce revamped iPad Pro models, which are rumored to include Apple's Face ID technology and a display that goes almost edge to edge. There won't be a Home button to press, either, but Face ID should support landscape orientation to make unlocking the new tablet even easier. Though Apple has neglected the Mac Mini for years, Tim Cook last year, while responding to a customer email, said the following: "We do plan for [the] Mac Mini to be an important part of our product line going forward". However, iPad sales have slowed in recent years in favor of laptops and other larger screen devices.
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Based on what you've heard and seen of the rumored 2018 iPad Pro lineup so far, are you planning on upgrading when Apple launches them? There's also the Mac mini, which has not been updated since 2014.
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