According to the news that Apple is supposedly planning to organize an event on Thursday, Oct. 16, to display its fall 2014 product lineup, which is expected to contain latest iPads with Touch ID fingerprint sensors, with a 27-inch iMac with Retina display.
Apple Insider initial reported last month that Apple was preparing its next most important product launching in mid-to-late October and the sources familiar with the company’s pre-launch logistics said that the company had set an internal plan and marketing deadlines of mid-October.
Current reports have recommended the company decides to unveil a latest 27-inch iMac with a 5K-resolution Retina display, which would spot the first time ever Apple will offer an ultra-high resolution panel on its all-in-one desktop and it’s also very likely that the latest iPads will boast the similar A8 processor found in the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, meanwhile an additional recent report suggested the next-generation iPads may also be presented in a gold color, taking after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s before them.
The corporation has also disclosed that Apple Pay, its NFC-based protected mobile payment service for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, will start with a cooperative iOS 8 update in October, giving it a possible appearance at the supposed event. In this event OS X Yosemite, Apple’s latest operating system for Macs, MacBooks, and iMacs, is also predicted to make an appearance and it’s expected to be offered for free as with most the latest updates over the past few years.
It is fact that Yosemite was first announced to makers at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference this summer, and is planned to present in market in the fall so it’s expected that Yosemite will become accessible for download very quickly after Apple’s predictable Oct. 16 presentation.