Apple Shares Full Video of October iPad Pro and Mac Event on YouTube
If you missed Apple's "There's more in the making" October 30 event that focused on new iPad Pro models and Macs or if you just want to rewatch, the event video in its entirety is now available from Apple's YouTube channel, in addition to the Apple Event website.
At the event, which was held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City, Apple unveiled its fall iPad and Mac lineup. The company debuted overhauled iPad Pro models with an edge-to-edge display, no Home button, slim bezels, and a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID.
The new iPads, priced starting at $799 for the 11-inch model and $999 for the 12.9-inch model, feature USB-C instead of Lightning, have no headphone jack, and have a super fast A12X Bionic chip.
Apple also introduced a revamped $1,199 MacBook Air with a Retina display that features slimmer bezels, a smaller body, upgraded Amber Lake chips, a T2 chip, Touch ID, a third-generation Butterfly keyboard, a Force Touch trackpad, and Thunderbolt 3 ports.
The third major product that saw a debut at the October event was an upgraded Mac mini, now available in Space Gray with 8th-generation quad and 6-core Intel chips, up to 64GB RAM, up to 2TB storage space, Thunderbolt 3 support, and a T2 chip for enhanced security. Apple's new Mac mini is priced at $799.
We had extensive coverage of all of Apple's product unveilings yesterday, which is worth checking out in case you missed any of the tidbits that were announced. We've added links to our event-related articles below, so make sure to check those out.
- Apple Reveals New 11-Inch and 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Models With Slim Bezels and Face ID
- New 11 and 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Models Have No Headphone Jack
- 2018 iPad Pro Hands-On Impressions: 'Might Be the Truest Embodiment of a Tablet Yet'
- Apple Announces New Magnetic Apple Pencil Featuring Tap Gestures and Wireless Charging
- Apple Launches New USB-C Accessories for USB-C iPad Pro Models
- New Apple Pencil, Smart Keyboard Folio, and Smart Folio Accessories Now Up for Pre-Order
- Apple Pencil 2 Not Compatible With Older iPads and Original Apple Pencil Won't Work With New Models
- Apple's New iPad Pro Models Ship With 18W USB-C Power Adapter
- 2018 iPad Pro With 1TB Storage Has 6GB RAM, Lower Capacities Have 4GB
- AppleCare+ for New iPad Pro Models Priced at $130, Out-of-Warranty Repairs Cost Up to $649
- Apple's New iPad Lineup, from Mini to Pro: $329 to $1,899
- MacRumors Hands-On Photos of Apple's New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini
- Apple Announces New MacBook Air With 13-Inch Retina Display and Touch ID
- Apple's New MacBook Air Features Impressive Battery Life That Bests MacBook and MacBook Pro
- 2018 MacBook Air and Mac mini Hands-On: Long-Awaited Updates Don't Disappoint
- Apple Shares T2 Security Chip Guide Detailing Privacy Features 'Never Before Seen on Mac'
- Apple's New MacBook Air Uses MacBook-Class 5W Amber Lake Chips
- Apple Announces New Space Gray Mac mini With 4-Core or 6-Core Intel Processor and Up to 64GB RAM, Starting at $799
- A Maxed Out Mac Mini With Full Upgrades Will Cost You $4,200
- Apple Highlights Mac Mini Use in Live Concerts, Theater, and Data Centers
- Apple's New Mac Lineup, From Mini to iMac Pro: $799 - $13,199
These weren't part of the event, but Apple yesterday released major software updates for iOS devices, the Apple TV, Macs, and the Apple Watch, which you won't want to miss out on.
- Apple Releases iOS 12.1 With eSIM Support, Real-Time Depth Control, Group FaceTime, New Emoji and More
- iOS 12.1 Includes Addresses Two Major iPhone XS/XR Issues: 'BeautyGate' and Cellular Connectivity Problems
- Apple Releases macOS 10.14.1 With Group FaceTime and New Emoji
- Apple Releases tvOS 12.1 Update for Fourth and Fifth-Generation Apple TV
- Apple Releases watchOS 5.1 With New Color Watch Faces and Updated Emoji
- Apple Updates Shortcuts App With New Weather, Alarm, Conversion and Photos Options
- PSA: Group FaceTime's Video Chat Not Available on Older iOS Devices
- watchOS 5.1 Update Bricking Some Apple Watches
- Apple Online Store Lists Blackmagic eGPU 'Pro', Available Late November for $1,199
- Apple Quietly Announces AMD Radeon Pro Vega Graphics Options Coming to MacBook Pro
- Apple Quietly Eliminates Rose Gold 12-Inch MacBook
Apple's new iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini models can be purchased now from the Apple online store, with the products set to be delivered starting on November 7.
Top Rated Comments
If the latest voluntary release of a product by any company isn't their best ever, they are doing something very wrong. Double :rolleyes:
And Jony was insulted because he wanted a new cinema display he already designed. Tim was like "that would cannibalize our iMac pro sales, so no no!"
They both passed on taking part, instead, they went to a taco bell.
Steve would have never allowed this.
One thing I noticed was how loud the audience cheered when he mentioned Apple Store employees, which led me to realize that the place was apparently filled with Apple Store employees and why no one had the balls to yell “You've gotta be kidding!” when those prices were announced.
tge real threat to iMac pro is the new iMac With a 8 core cpu . Why is there still no new iMac?
I think there is a lot of trouble in Apple land why design stuff and not sell it ? A Apple cinema display would sell i know it . John was right . Also phil is right those SSDs are non replaceble and fill up quick if you target pro’s with your Mac mini it should be big just like there asking price . I could buy a Intel hadies Cannon nuc thats a lot better then this little mini and upgradable and has a great videocard (vega m).
I feeling Tim is the accountant maxing every penny out a product , making me feel
Well Steve would have done things different , but he is not here . I do think your right a bout that tim . He is accountant , that doesnt see the big picture in things . You sell a computer with out a display , but you could sell that same costumor a display . Hell im real mad this Mac mini is crap! Look at it ... Hp even have a mini lineup thats mutch more fun and exiting they Made it upgradable and expendable via stacking upgrades . All sold seperately and they even sell you s display . But Tim went for el cheapo and so boring same outside , different boring paintjob
No innovation just a cpu upgrade and soldering the smallest SSD you can find ....
Its clear tim wants to sell expencive stuff . No iMac upgrade ... because a 8 core 16 thead i9 would eat the iMac pro sales .. Steve would indeed have Made a aneversery iMac . I have no idea why in Gods name there still is a MBA because all Apple notebooks are thin and light... to thin for my tast . Any way if you sell machines that you want to be creatieve with small SSD are a big problem. Also USB A is the most used connection world wide .... and will be for many years.
Apple it counting penny’s to much the competition is getting better and better every year . I think again Apple just doesnt want to sell computers and just streching there designs . Because they want to sell iPads and iPhones i would love to see stockholders split the company in to Apple computers and iPhone iPads because its bin a very long time i have seen a new Apple computer that i wanted to gave .