Apple's iPad event is happening on Tuesday, October 22nd, and The Verge will be bringing you minute-by-minute coverage of the company's latest announcements live from San Francisco. New iPads are on the way, but Apple may not stop there: a release date for OS X Mavericks, more details on its Mac Pro desktop, new iPods, and other surprises could also be on the agenda.
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Apple is reportedly preparing to unveil both a new, slimmer iPad 5 and a second-generation iPad mini featuring a high-resolution Retina display. Beyond that, there are no guarantees, but with Apple teasing that there's "a lot to cover," announcements may extend far beyond the company's tablet line. We're expecting final details on the release of OS X Mavericks, the latest version of Apple's desktop operating system. New iPods, a refreshed Apple TV, and updates to the MacBook Pro family are other possibilities.
Keep it locked at The Verge to find out exactly what Apple has in store: we'll be there bringing you the news as it happens. It all starts Tuesday at 1PM ET / 10AM PT — including The Verge Live with Joshua Topolsky and Ross Miller, where you'll find in-depth analysis of the day's big news.