iGuy : There’s “still a lot to cover”

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It’s that time of the year again, again. I think that makes sense, well anyway it’s time for another Apple event. According to The Loop, Apple’s invitation to the event taking place on October 22nd will cover the Mac and iPad. I’ve been particularly looking forward to this event for all sorts of reasons. There are all sorts of things that could be announced next Tuesday. First off, I am 99% certain we will see a new iPad and iPad mini. Why? They haven’t released any new iPads this year, Apple sites all over the web tell us it will be focused on iPad, and the invitation is very similar to the invitation that we saw for last year’s iPad event. I believe the new iPad will likely have the new Touch ID fingerprint sensor that debuted on the iPhone 5S, a new chip likely called A7X (based on past processors, iPhone 5 had A6 and the new iPad had A6X), maybe new cameras, and possibly new gold and space grey models. As for the iPad mini, it could get a Retina Display. No one is sure about this but based on what other companies are doing it is likely in my opinion. There will also likely be new colors. I expect it to be upgraded from the A5 chip to the A6 chip as well. Moving on from iPads, the Mac will likely have much of the show. OSX Mavericks is slated to be released this Fall, so maybe in a few weeks. Another product likely to debut is new MacBook Pros as the Air was updated this past Summer but the Pro was left alone. The Mac Pro that Apple debuted at WWDC will likely get an official release date and something more than a “sneak peek.” Personally I hope to see a new Apple TV box but no one can confirm that. This will be quite an event that Apple will probably jam pack with tons of announcements. The big question is…which product will Tim Cook and co. give the most stage time?

The Loop : http://www.loopinsight.com/2013/10/15/apple-announces-special-event-for-oct-22/

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