This event will be all about the iPads and a few other revamped products from Apple’s line. The company has been surprisingly quiet on the iPads ever since WWDC, after developers and users found bugs on the iPads running iOS7.
We are expecting to see the fifth generation iPad and the second generation iPad Mini. The iPad 5 will have a new design similar to the iPad Mini and come with the new A7 processor. Apple will also fit TouchID into the iPad 5, making it the second device to come with the fingerprint technology.
As for the iPad Mini, we may see the retina display added onto the smaller tablet, alongside the A6 processor. We doubt they will add TouchID or any of the iPhone 5S features, simply to dumb down the iPad Mini experience, keeping buyers on the more expensive iPad.
Other than the two iPads, Apple is expected to announce a refreshed MacBook Pro with retina display and Haswell processor. This may be the first twenty four hour MacBook, if Apple is able to add a huge battery to the more powerful MacBook.
Apple may also announce or preview release dates for the Mac Pro. Phil Schiller revealed the new design at WWDC a few months ago, but news on a release date has been silent since, pointing at a possible release next year.
We doubt Apple will mention the iWatch, considering CEO Tim Cook has already said new products will be coming next year. The company may hint or tease at the new iWatch, but we cannot see them rolling through the specs.