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Apple has sent invitations to a press event on October 22, 2013. At the press conference, which is to take place in San Francisco, California, the company is projected to unveil its new iPad media tablets. Besides, it is possible that the company will release mode details regarding its upcoming Macintosh notebooks as well as next-generation Mac OS “Mavericks”.

The invitation, which is entitled as “We still have a lot to cover” features many petals painted in Apple iOS 7 colors. Traditionally, Apple does not disclose what exactly it wants to discuss during the event, but only reveals date and place of the press conference. Provided that Apple wants to discuss “a lot”, then it is logical to expect the company to talk not only about new iPads.

Market rumours suggest that Apple will unveil all-new iPads based on new application processors in slightly different form-factors. Besides, the company may unleash details about the new MacBook Pro laptops as well as Mac Pro desktops. Finally, Apple is projected to reveal its Mac OS X “Mavericks” operating system.

Apple did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: Apple, iPad, Mac, macbook, Macintosh, Mac OS, iOS, Mac Pro


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