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Apple rumored to unveil new products October 22


Hot off its iPhone 5S and 5C releases, Apple is ready to unveil more new products. AllThingsD says the company is planning an event for Tuesday, October 22. As for what to expect...

“Expect the mini to get its big brother’s Retina display and both are expected to get faster chips and better cameras. The new iPad will also reportedly be thinner.” (Via KNBC)

“We expect to see more iPads coming out, perhaps with more iPhone 5S-like form factors like slimmer, lighter, perhaps Touch ID, the fingerprint sensor.” (Via CNBC)

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The invitation-only event will focus on the latest updates to the iPad line and other news with its Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks. (Via AllThingsD)

Ars Technica reports changes that make Apple products faster, thinner and lighter are almost expected these days, along with improved cameras and displays. But it’s the fingerprint sensor and rumors of a new product line, like a watch-shaped product, that making the rounds this time.

Rumors aside, the unofficial October 22 date coincides with a few other big events.

Like Nokia’s Nokia World Event in Abu Dhabi and Microsoft’s release of its Surface 2 tablets. (Via CNET)

At this point media outlets are eagerly waiting for an invitation from Apple. AllThingsD was unable to scrounge the location of the event from its insider source.

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