Apple's October 30 Event

October 30 also date of Apple's Mac and iPad Pro event

Apple will host major event at Brooklyn Academy of Music

A month after its annual iPhone keynote, Apple today has confirmed an upcoming October 30 event that is scheduled to be held in Brooklyn. This time around, the event is slated to take place on October 30 at the Howard Gilman Opera House in NY. From the looks of it, all invitations feature a different design of the Apple logo, but its tagline "There's more in the making" is the same across the board. In addition, it is also rumoured that the tablet will be the first of its kind to switch over from Apple's proprietary Lightning port to the universal USB Type-C port.

Rumours have been rife for months that Apple is planning to refresh its iPad and Apple Pencil lineup with new Pro machines expected to be unveiled.

Apple could give release details for AirPower, a wireless charger for iPhones and Apple Watches announced previous year, as well as second-generation AirPods headphones that work with it. It claims to have talked to numerous accessory makers at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics Trade Fair in Hong Kong this week, all of which said the 2018 iPad Pro would feature USB-C instead of Lightning.

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It is highly expected that new iPad Pro models will debut. On the topic of Apple computers, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Macs will adopt Apple's A-series processors in some form starting from 2020 or 2021.

The new magnetic charger for the Apple Watch is pretty similar to the one we are already used to.

When it comes to entry-level laptops, the current MacBook Air in its current form has been in the market for an extended period of time.

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