The month of October is usually the point at which Apple takes the covers off its most recent tablet upgrades, and over the following few weeks, we’re anticipating everyone release of OS X Yosemite 10.10, a new iMac / Mac mini, and likewise iOS 8.1 to go along with the renewed iPad Air and also iPad mini with Retina display. Baseding on an extremely reliable source – – the very same source that correctly offered a concrete day on the iPhone 6 occasion last month, no less – – the brand-new software and hardware will certainly be announced at a special occasion on October 16th, to be held at Town Venue.
Re/code’s John Paczkowski was the initial to truly throw some weight behind the iPhone 6′′ s September 9th statement, and offered his track document, there’s very little factor to doubt his assertion that the iPad / Yosemite / Mac will certainly be showcased on 10/16.
As well as giving Apple followers a day to mark in their daily records, Paczkowski additionally highlights the lingering report that a Retina iMac is on the horizon. Earlier on today, it was stated that a 5K 27-inch iMac would loom, and also although there was no reference of a matching upgrade to the 21.5-inch version, those seeking a Retina-standard experience at desktop computer level mightn’t have too hang around way too much longer.
There has also been broach a Mac mini refresh, which seems a little weird provided that it would certainly need to operate on Intel’s ageing Haswell cpus instead of the almost-finished, next-gen Broadwell. But however, after such a lengthy time with no interest, we certainly would not baulk at some renovations, as well as while Retina iMac appears a bit much more set in stone, here’s to hoping the failed to remember Mac mini will be kept in mind come October 16th.
Yosemite is likewise anticipated to be presented to the general public around the time of the occasion, so anticipate to hear a couple of even more words talked on the newest taste of OS X, while both the iPad Air as well as iPad mini 3 appearance set for a virtually identical set of modifications.
Along with a gold colour option, both will likely be managed to Apple’s A8 processor, although it’s believed that the Air may consist of more RAM in prep work for some upcoming “pro” features. Somewhere else, both versions will likewise be acquiring Touch ID, and additionally, some anti-reflective coating on the front panel.
Exactly what are you most expecting of Apple’s purported news?