As the date of Apple's big announcement draws ever closer, tech reporters are taking every opportunity they can to get in a last rumor or two before the company lets everyone in on its plans. While the much-expected iPad mini is likely to be the star of the show, leaks suggest that the company will use this time to unveil some other products as well.
Industry whispers hint at the idea that the company will take this opportunity to issue an updated full-sized iPad in addition to the other products.
According to sources, the new full-sized iPad won't be a full-fledged refresh, but rather, it will have some "tweaks." Experts suggest that the new tablet will be adjusted to include the new Lightning dock connector, and that it may also be adjusted to include worldwide LTE support.
If tomorrow's product launch meets the tech community's expectations, consumers will certainly be excited about the mini iPad and other devices. It's also probably true though, that most of us miss the days where Apple stunned the crowd with its new product unveilings.
Jacqui Cheng, a writer for Ars Technica, wrote today that it is Apple's desire for extreme secrecy that fuels these rampant leaks. In her piece, Cheng brought up the fact that this public insistence on early information is a little bit like a child trying to guess what his or her Christmas present is by shaking and squeezing it.
So, whether you're scouring the internet for any information you can find on this new product or holding out for the surprise of the big reveal, tomorrow's the day when you will find out for sure what Apple has on deck. And don't forget that you can have your laptop, full-sized tablet or iPad mini customized by the experts at PortableOne. We can make sure that you end up with the perfect product.