Apple will launch the new iPad range at a special event on October 16th, it seems.
The Cupertino company’s plans have been revealed to Re/code, which is pretty much always spot-on when it comes to Tim Cook and co’s keynote plans.
Sources said new iPads will appear alongside fresh iMac models packing Retina Display tech, as well as Apple’s much anticipated OS X Yosemite desktop operating system.
There’s no word on exactly which next-gen iPads will be on show.
Recent rumours suggested Apple will only release the iPad Air 2 at the event, leaving a new look iPad mini until 2015.
The larger 13–inch iPad Pro is not expected to launch until spring next year.
The launch event is said to be taking place at Apple’s Town Hall auditorium, suggesting it won’t be on as large a scale as last month’s huge iPhone 6 and Apple Watch gathering.
iPhone users will be hoping Apple also offers up an explanation as to why iOS 8 continues to struggle with a series of bugs.
An update for the software is expected towards the end of the month, as the tech giant labours on fixes for everything from connectivity glitches to fast-draining batteries.