With the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus as well as the Apple Watch out of the way, we’re currently anticipating the release of other Apple products including the iPad.
According to Daily Dot, the Cupertino company has sent invites to the media to an upcoming event set to happen on October 21st 2014. Whispers are saying that the event is the launch of two new iPads from the tech giant. We’re assuming that the iPads will be called the iPad Air and the new iPad Mini 3 complete with Touch ID.
In addition, the company might just use the date to unveil the OS X Yosemite. The OS X Yosemite is currently in beta and if you’re interested, you can take it for a test drive with installing the public beta before latest version is released. The OS X Yosemite is in line with the tech tycoon’s promise that iOS 8 will receive an update in October that will allow users to make mobile payments as well as the Continuity addition.
The timing for the unveil for the new iPads is on the money as last year, Apple announced the 2013 iPads on October 22nd 2013. Apple however, has yet to confirm the report by Daily Dot.
However, Jim Dalrymple who has been following Apple and its products for the last 17 years, first as one of the original members of MacCentral, then at Macworld has been reported by The Loop to have said that these reports are not true. Dalrymple is famous for his accurate “Yep” and “Nope” replied to the report with a simple “nope”. So according to him, something is wrong with the launch dates and report but he doesn’t elaborate on the error.
We’ll just have to wait and see if Apple leaves us any more clues or if any other report gets published so we can cross refer and find out what is the truth.