Apple has set a date to launch event of the new iPad Air 2 and the third generation of iPad Mini with Retina display. As is customary, the event will be at 10:00 am Pacific time and repeat the scenario used to advertise the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple Watch. The company sent an invitation to the media in which it simply says “It’s been too long” , as some media have interpreted as a possible allusion to the year that has passed since he announced his latest iPads. Guessing from what on the banner, hammered a date in the calendar.
At this event, Apple may be present:
- New iPad Air with a reduced thickness of the shell and the sensor Touch ID
- The new iPad mini with reduced weight and sensor Touch ID (but not actual)
- New iMac with Retina-screen and a resolution of about 4K
- New Mac Mini – hope dies last
- New Apple TV, because they have not updated for a long time – way too long.
And the real surprise would be the arrival of this new model tablet with 12.9-inch, star of the rumors for months now and the iOS platform would lead to a market of more professional users. This device would accompany a cover-keyboard, similar to the Surface, if the leaks are correct, but not reach the market until late 2015.
This model, which will screen over nine inches, is expected to offer interesting developments within it, such as it is the first company to use the Apple Cupertino A8X processor, an SoC that offer superior performance everything that has been used to date the American company and also not miss the biometric sensor to recognize fingerprints located in Touch ID. Therefore, do not talk about a basic update.
Mac computers and OS X Yosemite
Furthermore, this event is also expected that the new generation of Mac computers are present, with the new MacBook Air to the head and specially the final arrival of the new iteration of OS X Yosemite. In fact, in the field of software, it is also expected that the final date for the iOS 8.1 update, that will solve all the problems he has had 8 in iOS launch but especially Apple finally incorporate Apple Pay.
And, of course, some One More Thing by Tim Cook. The last time it was Apple Watch. Now this may be a 12-inch ultra-thin MacBook. Your opinions, guesses, forecasts. The best time to make analysts.