What Apple might announce at its October 30 “special event” in Brooklyn


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arstechnica.com— Apple will unveil new iPads, but the Mac prospects are even more intriguing.

9to5Mac—Five things Apple didn’t announce at its October special event. On Tuesday of this week, Apple officially held its October ‘There’s more in the making’ event. The big reveal brought the introduction of a new Retina MacBook Air, the first Mac mini update in four years, and a brand-new iPad Pro lineup. However, there are a few things eager fans were hoping for that ultimately were not announced at Apple’s October event. more… The post Five things Apple didn’t announce at its October special event appeared first on 9to5Mac.

9to5Mac—Apple Events app for Apple TV updated ahead of October 30th event stream. Last week, Apple officially scheduled its latest special event for October 30th. The event will be live streamed as usual, and today Apple has updated its official Apple Events app in preparation for that stream. With the app, you’ll be able to tune in live directly from your Apple TV. more… The post Apple Events app for Apple TV updated ahead of October 30th event stream appeared first on 9to5Mac.

9to5Mac—What was your favorite announcement at Apple’s October event? [Poll]. As October comes to close, we ended with Apple’s second and final fall hardware event. Yesterday, the company took over the Brooklyn Academy of Music to unveil a new Retina MacBook Air, the first update to the Mac mini in over four years, and a pair of new iPad Pros. What was your favorite announcement at Apple’s October event? more… The post What was your favorite announcement at Apple’s October event? [Poll] appeared first on 9to5Mac.