The event will take place ahead of the shopping season at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, kicking off at 10am local time.
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Apple's cheaper iPhone XR to generate more revenue
The XR will also be available in 128GB and 256GB storage variants priced at Rs 81,900 and Rs 91,900, respectively. The iPhone XR has its own appeal and it is likely to attract a lot of buyers even in a market such as India.
Rumors are circulating that the tech giant could be set to roll out two new versions of the iPad Pro, both of which are expected to feature larger screens.
Japanese technology news website Macotakara spoke to a range of accessory makers at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics trade show in Hong Kong, and was told the iPad Pro 2018 would have a USB-C port rather than a Lightning port. Device identifiers suggest that we're going to see the new iPad Pro models boast the same display resolution as the current lineup.
The site also says that the companies were showing off a photo of the 2018 iPad Pro dimensions that was first shared on Slashleaks last week.
"Apple already launched a new iPad this year but that is the regular 9.7" iPad (2018).
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Another product that was expected at the September event was a second version of the AirPods wireless headphones.
Even though Apple just held its annual iPhone unveiling event, there is more yet to come this year from Cupertino.
Further computers you might see at the Brooklyn event include a new Mac Mini, which could have various options tailored for power users, app developers, and HTPC users.
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