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Monday, 5 November 2018

Everything that we miss from Apple in the October special event



On Tuesday, October 30, this week Apple presented a MacBook Air , a Mac mini and two iPad Pro models. Additionally, the company also unveiled its new second generation Apple Pencil . But ... and the rest of the products we expected?

There have been many rumors about the announcement of a possible iPad mini and an update of the iMac line. In addition, Apple has been delaying the launch of several products for a long time. In this article, we review all that we have missed in the special October event.

1. iPad mini 5


Just a few days before the special event, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that Apple would present an iPad mini 5 . But finally it was not like that, and the thing stayed in an iPad Pro 11 inches (which some considered canceled) and an iPad Pro 12.9 inches.

2. AirPower


Apple introduced the AirPower during the presentation of the iPhone X in 2017 in order to promote its wireless charging system. But the base has not yet reached the market and it's been over a year now ... What's happening Apple? Everything seems to indicate that they have had problems with their manufacture .

3. AirPods


Apple also did not present its second-generation AirPods with wireless charging, possibly the company will market them when its highly anticipated AirPower goes on sale.

4. iMac


Before the special event in October, it was expected that Apple could update its iMac line with improvements in its processors and screens. Although in recent years no new iMac have been presented at the October events , so we will have to wait until the spring of 2019.

5. ECG application

Finally, in the special event of October 30, we did not see the ECG application that Apple promised during the launch of the Apple Watch Series 4. It is not included yet in watchOS 5, but we will see it arrive before the end of the year, according to Tim Cook.

Via | 9to5mac

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