Apple will launch new products in Brooklyn, New York on October 30.
The world's most valuable company sent out a small number of invites to select media and industry types with the tagline "There's more in the making". Macworld also speculates that a new Apple Pencil will be unveiled, plus, possibly, "iOS versions of Final Cut and Logic". Check them out here.
The page simply says "Apple Special Event" followed by "Live from Brooklyn".
Beyond tablets, the company is planning an entry-level Mac with a high-resolution screen to succeed the once-popular MacBook Air.
Apart from iPads, Apple is also believed to launch a new MacBook in order to replace the extremely old MacBook Air.
Apple has officially confirmed the event scheduled for this fall, in addition to the presentation of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and Apple Watch Series 4. Apple could certainly garner plenty of praise for launching both of those products ahead of the holiday shopping season. 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.
Improved Retina display, new keyboard and faster processor could feature along with a refreshed design. It will also ditch Touch ID and the audio jack. The model expected to launch on October 30 is the 2018 version of the iPad Pro. There has been an additional rumor that suggests we will see new Macs announced, particularly a new and refreshed Mac mini for the first time in four years.
Finally, just to supercharge the gadget rumour mill further, the eagle-eyed folks at 9To5Mac noticed Apple's AirPods were listed as "sold out" on its Apple Store website across Europe.