Apple will announce its new range of iPads and the launch date for OS X Yosemite on October 16.
Sources have told Recode that the event will take place on October 16, contrary to previous reports suggesting that the big reveal would occur later in the month. Along with the new tablets—which will reportedly be offered with a gold finish, in addition to the standard silver and grey models—the company is expected to debut an updated line of iMacs that will include high-resolution Retina displays.
It has been said that the upcoming gathering won’t be as festive as the recent iPhone 6 event, which included a live performance by U2. Apple introduced its 9.7-inch iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display at an event held last year on October 22.
There has been speculation that Apple will eventually launch a 12.2-inch “iPad Pro,” although that product isn’t expected to debut until next year.
4K iPad Pro would be the most prestigious of Apple’s tablet product lines and be targeted at the art, engineering and architecture verticals.
2K or 4K iPad Pro might sell for? 7.9-inch iPad mini sells for $399 and 9.7-inch iPad Air for $499, shouldn’t the 12.9-inch iPad Pro go for $599?