Boom! Apple Special Event invites are out. 😀😀 pic.twitter.com/iLDSDp1So6
— Rishvan (@iamrishvan) October 18, 2018
Right at the center of New York in its city of Brooklyn, business will not be as usual tomorrow on the 30th of October. That’s because Apple, a formidable brand when it comes to manufacturing computers, laptops, iPads and iPhones, has something in store for its fans. After launching a series of iPhones, Apple has something even juicier. It will be launching not only new Mac Computers but also iPad tablets. The venue of this elegant event will be the Brooklyn Academy of Music. On the other hand, its theme will be ‘making’.
As far as a Bloomberg report is concerned, the launch has divine revelations. There is a new iPad Pro as well as a 13-inch laptop. There are high chances that they will launch two sizes of the iPad Pro. Their two measurements will be 10.5 inches and 12.9 inches. Two features make them alluring products. The first one is the Type C USB port. That is bound to take data transfer and charging to a whole new level. The other attribute will be the FaceID. That will eliminate the home button. Consequently, the ratio of the screen to the body will be relatively high.
That’s not all regarding the iPad Pro. There will be a break from the norm. The display will be LCD panels instead of OLED. Equally important, the chipset will be a blend of iPhone XS’s A12 Bionic and an upgrade of the Apple Pencil. With all that, this is a bundle of joy.
However, there is MacBook Air that is top-notch. It will definitely not come as a surprise if most of the attendees will be more interested in it than the iPad Pro. The size is 13 inches. Despite that, it has a high resolution.
Last but not least, there is the new Mac Mini. The source states that it is ideal for professional use. That’s what Apple based its features and processors. 4 years down the line, Apple has thought of updating the Mac Mini. Does Apple plan to introduce a whole new look? Will the products merely be an upgrade of the current models? There are some of the many questions that need answers but only time will tell. Fortunately, the D-day is tomorrow. The 30th October 2018 is so promising hence worth looking forward to as well.