Here's how to watch Apple's highly anticipated October event later today

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Apple will be hosting its Brooklyn event later today, where it is expected to announce a refresh for the iPad Pro lineup and a bunch of updates to its MacBook lineup.

iPad Pro is rumored to be ditching the Touch ID sensor and make the switch to Face ID. It’s expected to be the biggest refresh of the device since 2015, and there may even be an upgraded Pencil to accompany it.

There haven’t been many rumors about the anticipated refresh for the MacBook lineup, but a MacBook Air refresh may be in order. It’s also possible for Apple to deliver a new Mac mini, the long-forgotten desktop computer that hasn’t been updated since 2014.

AirPower, the wireless charger that Apple announced last year with the iPhone X, could also make an appearance, though not much has been heard about it since its announcement.

Apple’s event will be hosted at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, NY at 10am ET - click here for your local time -, with a livestream available over here. iOS 9.0 or macOS 10.11 are the minimum requirements for those who wish to watch using an Apple device, while PC users can stream using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 and Xbox One. Those using an Apple TV can stream it via the Apple Events app.

If you can't watch the event, you can know about whatever Apple has to announce by following us @NeowinFeed on Twitter.

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