While Apple’s big September event has come and gone, and with it we saw the unveiling of the iPhone 6 lineup, Apple Pay and Apple Watch, there’s another event often rumored to be right around the corner.
According to a report published by Re/code on Friday, October 3, it would appear that Apple is gearing up to hold a smaller event on October 16. The report claims that the event will be focused not only on new iPads, but also serve as a launching pad for new iMacs. In addition, OS X Yosemite (which is currently in a developer preview and public beta) will also share some time on stage. The new iMacs will reportedly include the new Retina desktop Macs previously reported on just recently.
If Yosemite does indeed take some time out of the event’s plans, that means the desktop software will launch soon after.
This event will be much smaller than the September media event, as it’s being held at Apple’s Town Hall, where the capacity is much smaller.