Mac Otakara doesn't have much other info to offer, but earlier rumours have suggested that the new iPad Pros will boast slimmer bezels than last-gen models, Apple's A11X Bionic CPU and a TrueDepth camera system that will enable Face ID for biometric authentication.
Apple said it will hold a product announcement on October 30 in the NY borough of Brooklyn, likely to unveil new iPads and Mac computers.
We'll find out for sure on 30 October at 4pm, when the event will be held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Source online are hinting that the event is when the company from Cupertino will unveil and speak about the company's new iPad Pro. Apple has propped up demand with cheaper models and the more-capable iPad Pro, which works with a keyboard.
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We believe Apple iPad Pro (2018) might also come with a similar processor if not better capable of performing on par with a PC computer.
The new iPad Pro most probably will keep the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes as the predecessor, but everything else will undergo changes. These include a refreshed iMac, upgraded Mac Mini and probably cheaper MacBook laptops. In addition, it is also rumoured that the tablet will be the first of its kind to switch over from Apple's proprietary Lightning port to the universal USB Type-C port. This latest leaked image does line up with previous rumors and leaks, so unless Apple is planning something out of left field at its expected event later this month, this is probably what we're going to see become officially official soon enough.
Currently, we've no idea exactly what Mac product Apple will bring to the October event, but with 2018 so far seeing fewer of the range than other years, it's nearly definite there will be at least one.