Apple To Present The New, Redesigned iPad Pro 2018 and The Successor of the MacBook Air Series

Apple will hold tomorrow, Tuesday, October 30th, its last major event of this year, that will attract the attention of the entire world of technology, as we have already seen OnePlus change the date of the presentation of its new smartphone not to compete with the Cupertino-based tech giant. Several rumors are beginning to come out as we approach the presentation which looks like it will be more significant than initially thought, as Apple plans to reveal its new, redesigned iPad Pro 2018 model and the substitute of the MacBook Air series.

Apple will present the new and redesigned iPad Pro 2018 model

According to Bloomberg, the renowned news portal, up to three different devices would be announced tomorrow, Tuesday, October¬†30th, during the last Apple’s event of 2018.

The one we know for sure it will roll out tomorrow will be a new, redesigned iPad Pro 2018 model, whose main feature is that it would get rid of the Lightning connector to switch to USB-C, finally taking steps towards universalization of the connectors.

The new iPad Pro 2018 would boast a much better screen than its predecessors, with very thin bezels, with no Home button, but with Face ID (facial recognition) function for improved security.

Tomorrow, Apple would also reveal the successor of the MacBook Air series

The second device we know for sure it will be announced during the Apple event of tomorrow would be the substitute of the MacBook Air series.

The new MacBook device would come with a 13-inch display with higher resolution and which would boast a new design and some unique features that will distinguish it from its MacBook Air predecessors.

Besides, Apple might also present its new Mac Mini, but, according to some rumors, this new Apple device might not be ready in time for the Apple event which will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, October 30th.

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