“Apple has the chance on Thursday to provide a few compelling reasons for consumers to upgrade or buy a new iPad,” Shara Tibken reports for CNET.
“Apple’s second event in as many months won’t have the flash from the previous affair, which saw the debut of two larger iPhones and a glimpse at the Apple Watch,” Tibken reports. “Instead, the company is expected to show off a new iPad (or two), unveil new Macs and talk more about its OS X Yosemite operating system for its desktop. The presentation, which kicks off at 10 a.m. PT, is a lower key affair held at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.”
“Even though the iPad will be the most anticipated news Thursday, there almost certainly will be Mac updates, as well,” Tibken reports. “That includes new hardware and Apple’s latest computer operating system, Mac OS X Yosemite. Even though the Mac doesn’t make as much money as the iPad, the computers remain important to Apple’s strategy.”
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