The two tablets will likely be the new iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3. Recently the rumor mill has already been spinning up with early reports claiming the iPad Air 2 will be even thinner than last year's model.
This morning we just spotted a new case for the Apple's next slate, which featured a new mystery hole located near the iPad's rear camera and lock button. There's still a lot of mystery surrounding this addition and a few theories posit it has something to do with an improved camera.
Aside from some cosmetic changes, we expect the iPad Air 2 will come rocking Apple's latest A8 processor.
The tablet could also adopt NFC technology and be the company's first tablet with a TouchID fingerprint scanner. Together these new features would allow users to pay for goods and services using Apple Pay with their iPad.
Hand in hand
Of course the other big-ticket item we're still waiting to see from Apple is Yosemite.
The next Mac operating system was predictably left out of Apple's iPhone event to give iOS 8 the run of the show. However, at the iPad unveiling we could finally get a release date for the OS and see its finalized features.
Apple first unveiled OS X Yosemite and its iOS 7-inspired flat UI at WWDC 2014. On top of the graphical overhaul, Yosemite will introduce a new handoff feature, which allows users to seamlessly transfer everything from calls to documents between their desktop and mobile device.
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