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The Apple Store goes down in front of the iPad and Mac



As is tradition, the Apple Store has gone down before today's 10:00 EDT event at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York. Stay up to date as we expect exciting announcements, including updated iPad Pro models, new Macs and more. After the event, Apple Store returns online with all the new products.

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Apple's October event was announced with the tag "There's more to do" along with another creative Apple logo variant for each invitation.

We expect two new iPad Pro models, an 11-inch and 12.9-inch version with Face ID, bezel-less display, and even possibly USB-C instead of the Lightning port. Yesterday, 9to5Macs Gui Rambo discovered a new iPad Pro icon with rounded corners and no home button. Today's event can also provide an updated Apple pencil to go with the new iPad Pro models.

We are also looking forward to seeing Apple's new Mac offer. We expect to see disclosure of a new 13-inch MacBook with Retina display. How this will happen with the 12-inch MacBook and the old 13-inch MacBook Air will be interesting when considering features, and Apple will probably offer something with the price of under $ 1000.

We're also looking for a Mac mini update as it has been four years since last update. Only yesterday we saw a new concept that gave the stand-alone desktop the spacecraft action, imagined a Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Touch Bar, and more. New iMacs can also come.

Other surprises can bring AirPower and updated AirPods (or at least one wireless cargo box). We also know that Apple will release iOS 12.1 to the public tomorrow with Group FaceTime, New Emoji and more. We also expect to see watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1 and macOS 10.14.1 available tomorrow too, which can bring the new ECG functionality to Apple Watch Series 4.

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