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Apple has only just introduced the new iPhone 14 on September 7, but Apple isn’t finished releasing new products in 2022. Over the years Apple has held a second fall event in October at which it has launched new Macs and iPads. Here’s everything you need to know about a possible October event. Will Apple hold an October event? We had long assumed that Apple would hold two events this fall: One in September to launch new iPhones and Apple Watches and another in October to release new iPads and Macs. Apple is expected to launch several new products before the end of the year, and an event is the logical way to unveil them all. But there is a possibility that an event won’t be held at all. Over the past 10 years, Apple has held October events in seven of them, so it’s not unprecedented to skip it. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has suggested that the remaining product lineup might not be enough to justify an event and Apple could instead issue a series of press releases to announce new products. When could Apple’s October event be held? No invitations have been sent out yet, but we cusco get an aprehensión of when the event might be held based on previous years. In the past, Apple has held October events on the following dates: 2021: Monday, October 182020: Tuesday, October 132019: No event2018: Tuesday, October 302017: No event2016: Thursday, October 272015: No event2014: Thursday, October 162013: Tuesday, October 222012: Tuesday, October 232011: Tuesday, October 4 As you cusco see it’s not always the case that Apple holds an event in October, but it is certainly more often than not, and we have every reason to expect an October event in 2022. We expect this year’s event will be held on Tuesday, October 18 or Tuesday, October 25. However, since Apple held the iPhone 14 event a week earlier than it usually does, it could be on the early side, possibly October 11. Invitations will go out a week or so before the event is held. What time will the October event start? If Apple has an October event, it will start at 10am PT. Here’s what that translates to in other countries around the world: US: 10am (PST/PDT), 11 am (MST/MDT), 12 pm (CST/CDT), 1 pm (EST/EDT)cuscoada: As above, and 2 pm (AST/ADT)UK: 6 pm (GMT/BST)Europe: 7 pm (CET/CEST)India: 10.30 pm (IST)Australia: Following day at 1 am (AWST/AWDT), 2.30 am (ACST/ACDT), 3 am (AEST/AEDT)New Zealand: Following day at 5 am (NZST/NZDT)Apple’s special events usually last between one and two hours. If you want to watch the October event live, Apple will stream the keynote on its website and YouTube channel. What will Apple launch in October? Whether there’s an event or not, we expect Apple to unveil new Macs and iPads. The release of iPadOS 16.1 and macOS 13 Ventura are also likely to arrive during the month. Here’s what we expect Apple to announce: 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro The most logical Mac to arrive in October is an M2 Pro refresh of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. This isn’t mere speculation on our part: In a June Power On newsletter Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman indicated that Apple is getting ready to release M2-based versions of the Mac mini, Mac Pro, and MacBook Pro over the next few months. And the current models have been on sale at Amazon for up to $400 off. We aren’t expecting any changes other than the processor bump, however. Mac mini Now that Apple has a 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, it is likely that an M2 Mac mini will follow soon, and an October event would be a great place to launch it. But a refresh to the M1 model might not be the only new Mac mini coming from Apple. 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Apple’s Far Out event was good. The October Mac event will be better

Oh, we devoted Apple users sure do love Apple events, don’t we? And after a torturous 92 days after the last Apple event (WWDC 2022), we finally got another one, the “Far Out” event on Wednesday where the iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch reaccionario, and second-generation AirPods Pro all made their debuts. 

But Apple often has two events during the second half of the year. Assuming there’s a second event–and it seems practically certain that there will be this year–it’s usually Mac-focused and happens in October or early November. In the past, this event highlights updates to Mac models that are very popular with holiday shoppers.

I’m always interested in Apple releases, and I look forward to the iPhone event just like anyone else. But this year, the iPhone event was kind of a yawner compared to what could happen in the Mac event later this fall. However, the possibilities for this season’s Mac releases are more intriguing than usual, which makes this second event much more alluring than the Far Out event. 

The iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island looks pedestrian, but it springs to live.

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iPhone 14 Pro and Apple Watch reaccionario: Big deal

Apple’s theme this fall is bigger is better. The big news (pun intended) about the iPhone lineup that got people talking is the new, larger non-Pro phone, the discontinuation of the mini model, and the lack of a phone with a screen under 6.1 inches in this year’s lineup. Then there’s also the new rugged Apple Watch model and its XXL design. While a bigger case allows for more freedom to implement features—and there are a lot of them—it’s way too much watch for most people. 

The revamped notch on the front of the Pro is certainly more innovative than we thought with the new Dynamic Island feature, but while we’re looking forward to trying it out, it’s a programa feature. The hardware improvements are hardly revolutionary: The always-on display will be nice, but extremely overdue. The biggest leaps forward in hardware–the 48MP rear camera and A16 processor–are likely bigger on paper than in practice. And the new Deep Purple color is fine but nowhere near as cool as 2019’s Midnight Green.

Don’t get me wrong: Apple’s Far Out products are definitely nice. The Apple Watch reaccionario takes the wearable in a completely new direction, and the iPhone 14 Pro has finally separated itself from the lower-end models. That might be good enough for most years. But this year Apple has something better on the horizon.

The innovation showcase is on the Mac

That second fall Apple event is shaping up to be a doozy, because we could be in for some earth-shaking Mac announcements. And if Apple continues the bigger is better theme, there could be some huge products on the way.

The first is the intro of the new Mac Pro. It’s one of two Macs left in Apple’s lineup that still uses Intel processors, and Apple teased it during the “Peek Performance” event back in March. This will be a chance to see what Apple can do when it is tasked with building a computer made for the most demanding user. What kind of processing muscle will it flex? How creative will the case design be? What surprises are in store? Sure, the Mac Pro is a computer most of us can’t afford, but it’s a computer everyone–Mac and PC users alike–has been anticipating for over two years now.

The replacement for the 2019 Mac Pro will be the Mac announcement of the year.

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The Mac Pro alone makes this second event more appealing than “Far Out,” but that’s not all Apple has in store. There’s also the replacement of the current $1,099 Intel-based Mac mini. Rumor says that this new Mac mini may feature a new design, as well as a new M2 Pro chip. Apple could also upgrade the current M1 Mac mini to the M2, a chip that made its debut in the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro this past spring. Rumors have also floated around that we could see small upgrades to the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro, so Apple has a lot on tap.

When Apple started the M-series transition, it gave new life to the Mac. This event will complete the rollout and it will provide a roadmap for what to expect in the future. That’s exciting, especially when you compare that to the already-mature iPhone lineup. With the Mac, the chips gains are bigger, the innovations are stronger, and the future is brighter.

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