Apple just unveiled some of its biggest products ever with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the Apple Watch, but the company isn’t done announcing stuff quite yet.
Thursday, the tech world’s attention will again be on Cupertino as Tim Cook and Co. announce what’s in store for the Mac and iPad lineups. While last month’s event was big and the company kept everyone guessing right up until showtime, this time around we’ve got an idea of what to expect.
Last year, Apple introduced the slimmer, lighter, more powerful iPad Air. Based on supply chain reports and Apple’s yearly iPad update cycle, we expect the Air to get a few significant upgrades, including the addition of Touch ID for unlocking the device with the press of your thumb, and (soon) using Apple Pay to buy stuff. The second-gen iPad Air also should get a bump up to the A8X processor (a variation on the iPhone 6’s A8), an improved camera and possibly more storage (16-, 64-, and 128 GB configurations).
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