Additionally, the pair of new iPad Pro tablets will come with a USB-C port. All these three new Macs are expected to be a part of the forthcoming event where the Cupertino giant is also speculated to bring a new range of iPad Pro models with Face ID support.
So, what would we expect these computers to be?
With the main holiday shopping season rolling around, it would be the flawless time for Apple to introduce some new models, although aside from the internals we're not expecting all that much to change - the design and the starting prices (currently £1,249/$1,299 are likely to remain consistent).
It's clearly not an edgeless display like what you see on the iPhone X, but it's certainly a more compelling form factor. It looks like the new iPad Pros will get a new design and not look anywhere close to the last generation iPads. According to 9to5Mac, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from TF International Securities, who has accurately predicted Apple releases in the past, expects the new iPad Pro models will have an 11-inch or a 12.9-inch display. The former would resemble a MacBook Air but with more recent Apple designs and technologies like the Retina (HiDPI) display, Thunderbolt 3, and smaller bezels.
It's thought the event taking place on Tuesday in NY will be all about the iPad Pro with a new model nearly certainly set to be revealed.
Some reports claim, in addition to the new iPad Pros and MacBooks, Apple will also launch the long time talked about AirPower charging pad, and updates for the AirPods.
Apple is hosting tomorrow's event in NY and is also expected to reveal updated versions of the MacBook Air and the Mac Mini computer. It's now unclear what will be changed in this new Apple Pencil iteration, though extended battery life and a more efficient charging method are likely upgrades. Rumors claim that this new MacBook lineup will replace the aging MacBook Air lineup.
This, combined with interest in larger smartphones and competing PCs, led Apple to report the fewest Mac sales since 2010 in its fiscal third quarter. According to the Bloomberg report, the new Mac Mini will get new processors and features for professional users. This, of course, stands in stark contrast to the Apple of the 90s which was forced to downsize and keep things simple. It is expected that the fresh listing points at the anticipated Mac Mini and iMac upgrades.
This also means there won't any fingerprint sensor at the base, as well and 2018 will mark the end of the revolutionary Touch ID, which made its debut with iPhone 5S will no longer feature in any of Apple products. A new Apple Pencil, with new pairing features and ease of switching between devices, makes sense for Apple to reveal with the new tablets. A similar effect occurred with the iPhone X glyph found past year, ' the site wrote.
Last year, Apple didn't have an October event.