Apple said to be unveiling new iPads on Oct. 21 alongside OS X Yosemite release

It's been just over a week since Apple unveiled its new larger iPhones, and showed off its new Watch, which will go on sale early next year. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus aren't officially on sale yet, with only pre-orders available until Friday, but the next big product launch from Apple is already being lined up. 

According to The Daily Dot, Apple will hold an event on Oct. 21 where it will reveal the next-generation iPad mini and a follow-up to the iPad Air. An event on that date would mark one year - almost to the day - since the launch of the current iPads, which were announced on Oct. 22, 2013

The company is also said to be planning to release OS X Yosemite "immediately after the event". The newest version of its desktop and notebook operating system was first announced back in June, and was made available as a public beta a few weeks later.

Source: The Daily Dot

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