Many were disappointed when Apple didn’t announce its rumored iPad Pro and new lower-cost MacBook alongside its new line of iPhone X‘s. However, today, the company has issued invitations for an event on October 30 in New York at the Brooklyn Academy of Music where those aforementioned products are expected to be announced.
Tagged with “there’s more in the making,” the expected iPad Pro is speculated to possess slim bezels and Face ID capabilities for the first time on the device. It’s expected to also feature USB-C ports instead of Lightning and is supposed to be available in 11- and 12.9-inch display sizes. The new cost-efficient MacBook is expected to have a high-resolution Retina display and slimmer bezels than its MacBook Air predecessor. There’s also rumors the company will share more details on iOS 12.1, which will feature Group Facetime and dual-SIM support.
Although Apple is ready for a second outing this Fall, Huawei recently unveiled four new Mate 20 smartphones.
- The Verge