iMac with Retina display
Apple's October 14 event may finally be the time and the place. Leaks have suggested it'll be a 27-inch display that's boasts a 5K resolution.
The Yosemite beta even includes references to 6400 x 3600, 5760 x 3240 and 4096 x 2304 resolutions. Not found in the code? The cost. You can, however, expect a Retina iMac price hike to be in the cards.
MacBooks and Mac Mini
The Mac Mini is overdue for an update. Like the aging iMac, it hasn't seen a specs bump in two years. Is it too much to ask for a Mac Pro price drop to mark its one-year anniversary too?
Apple TV proves that even the most reliable rumor sources can be wrong, as a new Apple TV was supposed to launch almost a year ago.
We haven't heard much about it or the fabled Apple iTV in recent months, but the company's "It's been way too long" invite has us thinking about a fourth-generation Apple TV again.
It's been more than a hobby box now ever since Tim Cook revealed over 20 million Apple TV sales. He could add to that big score with the first refresh since March 2012's 1080p update.
Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and Roku 3 may be newer, but AirPlay mirroring is something that none of these devices can match, and it's holding its own in the Apple TV vs Roku vs vs Chromecast comparison.
iPod Touch 6G
That said, the colorful iPod Touch 5th generation is now two years old and features dated specs, with a 4-inch Retina screen and 5-megapixel camera.
Without solid iPod Touch 6G leaks leading up to the October 16 event, the chances remain slim for one of Apple's longest-running and cheapest iDevices to be overdue for an update.
All eyes on Apple October 16
A mixture of iPads and Macs are almost guaranteed every October. Whether or not that "way too long" reference applies to either product category remains to be seen.
Apple starts its live stream today at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern and 6 p.m. London time and we'll at the event to follow it in real-time through our live blog.
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