Hot off the heels of Apple's big iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch launch event, The Daily Dot is reporting that the company will host its next product launch on October 21st of this year, however a source tells us that specific date may not be accurate. At this event, The Daily Dot says that Apple is expected to reveal new iPads and make OS X 10.10 Yosemite officially available. Yosemite has been in beta since it was first announced back in June.
An October event isn't without precendent for Apple: around the same time last year it announced the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display. The company has used the fall quarter as its big product launch time for a couple of years, and though it just dumped two big new iPhones, it looks like it's not yet done for this year.
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