The Apple October 23 media event starts at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT in San Jose in the California Theatre. Based on the Apple rumor mill the company will unveil several new products. The list of new Apple releases includes iPad mini, iPad 3 with Lightning, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, updated iMacs and updated Mac minis. Apple is expected to make a play for the iPad mini in the educational market.
Again we know already too much for my taste from what Apple will unveil today. I hope Apple can manage to still surprise us with "one last thing." Apple really has to get a lid on these leaks.
The big topic is the iPad mini. Based on the latest rumors the 7.85-inch iPad mini will start at $329 and have no retina display. I hope that Apple is actually packing a retina display and 16GB in the base model of the iPad mini. The $329 would seem high if that is not the case.
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Apple Special Event Video Stream is Getting Ready
Watch a live video stream of the special event online or via Apple TV starting at 10:00 a.m. PDT on Apple.com.
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