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thisistheverge:

Apple sends invites for October 22nd event: ‘we still have a lot to cover’

There you have it. Here is what I expect:
MacBook Pro updates.
Mac Pro officially announced with availability date.
Mac OS X Maverick general availability @ $ 9.99.
Fifth generation iPad with updated design à la iPad mini @ current iPad price points.
Second generation iPad mini with Retina Display @ current mini price points.
First generation iPad mini still available for $ 259.
iWork updates for iOS 7.
iLife updates for iOS 7.
This will conclude 2013. No iWatch. No new Apple TV.
Here is another good piece on what could be in store next week. 

thisistheverge:

Apple sends invites for October 22nd event: ‘we still have a lot to cover’

There you have it. Here is what I expect:

  1. MacBook Pro updates.
  2. Mac Pro officially announced with availability date.
  3. Mac OS X Maverick general availability @ $ 9.99.
  4. Fifth generation iPad with updated design à la iPad mini @ current iPad price points.
  5. Second generation iPad mini with Retina Display @ current mini price points.
  6. First generation iPad mini still available for $ 259.
  7. iWork updates for iOS 7.
  8. iLife updates for iOS 7.

This will conclude 2013. No iWatch. No new Apple TV.

Here is another good piece on what could be in store next week. 

Posted by
JFMartin

Reblogged from The Verge

Tim Cook isn’t Steve and this is OK

We all know how much Steve Jobs was important to Apple. Apple was Steve and Steve was Apple some would even say. But, to be successful, Tim Cook doesn’t have to be the only one exposing the public image of Apple like Steve Jobs did. In fact, it will be really refreshing to see two or three different guys take the stage at the next Apple event just like it was on October 4th. We can go back to the last three of four Apple events to see that Steve wasn’t the only man on the stage. Tim Cook was there but Phil Schiller was too as well as Scott Forstall. they did a great job, specially M. Forstall.

Posted by
JFMartin