"There's more in the making", the invite reads.
Apple's invitations have only just gone out, and while the invitations do continue the run of being cryptic, this time around, the company saw fit to send different invitations out to different news outlets.
APPLE LOOKS SET to launch new iPad Pro models on 30 October, and yet more rumours claim they'll be the first feature USB-C port instead of a proprietary Lightning port. 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. It's possible Apple might use the event to introduce the long-expected AirPower charging mat and new Mac hardware too.
Two new versions of the iPad Pro which ditch the home button for Apple's Face ID and larger screens.
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More new Apple devices are coming. Indeed, renders of these rumored iPad Pro models surfaced in early September and are purportedly based on leaked CAD images. Meanwhile, a new Apple Watch charging option has been discreetly added to Cupertino's official USA e-store, including, you guessed it, USB-C compatibility.
Apple typically streams the event live on its website and on Apple TV.
You'll also note that the bezels on the new iPad Pro models are significantly smaller.
"Apple already launched a new iPad this year but that is the regular 9.7" iPad (2018). Given the focus of the venue at which the event is being held, music could point towards refreshed AirPods, although admittedly that could be too far of a stretch.