You forgot to mention that they will probably change the release of their new electric car to that day instead of the original 2020 release date. I also think they will probably release a brand new 4k apple tv.
With the Apple Watch having pressure sensitivity and the 6S rumored to gaining that feature, I wouldn't be surprised if the iPad Pro has it when it is released in October.I think it will come later this year.
I'm hoping for a quad-core A9X at 1.8Ghz, 4GB ram, 12 hour battery life, 11" 300 ppi display that can be color calibrated, pressure sensitivity for drawing, split screen multitasking and sizes that come in 64, 128 and 256GB for $799, $899, and $999.
What we'll probably get: tri-core A9X at 1.6Ghz, 2GB ram, 12 hour battery life, 12" 240-ish ppi display with no calibration which makes it less useful for designers and photographers and sizes that come in 32, 64 and 128GB for $699, $799, and $899. Pressure sensitivity is up in the airmakes sense for a pro device but we'll probably just get split screen multitasking.
I also hope Apple releases their own keyboard smart cover/case, and some ability to do gestures such as scrolling and switching apps with a magic trackpad type input bar.
What I don't understand about Force Touch is how accurate it really is for varying degrees of pressure. Can it tell a light press from a medium press from a hard press? Or can it just tell a press from an old school multi-touch tap? Could it really be used for drawing, which typically requires 500-2000 levels of sensitivity? And across large touch screens like the iPad, could the pressure sensors along the edge of the frame accurately detect pressure near the center of a larger display, given the flexibility of glass?With the Apple Watch having pressure sensitivity and the 6S rumored to gaining that feature, I wouldn't be surprised if the iPad Pro has it when it is released in October.