There's only a couple of months left before 2018 is officially done forever. That may be a surprising or even a scary thing to think about- and you might not have even realized it until now. Still, that doesn't mean that nothing will happen for the next little while. As a matter of fact, Apple has decided to make something happen before 2018 comes to a close.
As reported by The Verge this past Thursday, an Apple Special Event has been scheduled to take place on Oct. 30. 2018. Rather than taking place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park located in Cupertino, California it will happen in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. Only the media has been invited to attend the event, but fans of the tech company can watch it online when it begins streaming at 10:00 a.m. EDT.
While Apple has revealed nothing else regarding the upcoming event, journalists and technophiles alike are expecting the tech giant to divulge some news regarding their iPad Pro. There's been rumours for some time now about a new iPad Pro that will have slim bezels and Face ID. In addition, it will make the switch from Lightning to USB-C and will be available with both 11- and 12.9-inch displays.
That's not the only thing fans and journalists are expecting from this event. Given the mention of their Mac line, it's been rumored that a new MacBook Air will come out. It will have slimmer bezels and a high-resolution Retina display, all while becoming Apple's cheapest laptop. There may also be some mention about the iOS 12.1. The Apple Watch will briefly be touched upon regarding its own watchOS update.
As interesting as this all may seem, everything mentioned has been based on the theme of the event, and the many rumors swirling around the company. That's not even all of them, though — there are wonders about the delayed AirPower Charger, or if a new Mac Pro will be announced. Regardless of what's actually revealed at this Apple Special Event, there's no doubt that Apple's many fans will be clamoring to devour every last detail as they're revealed.