There's no way they will update the iPad Air again so soon after the iPad Air 2 was released. Nor do they need to. The iPad Air 2 is a fantastic iPad. I doubt the iPad Mini will get a new release either, because the Mini 3 really isn't that bad. The only reason people think it's that bad is because it has the same processor as the Mini 2, but let's not forget that's an A7. That's not a bad processor and the Mini 3 isn't a bad device. Apple has just made the mistake of diluting it my keeping the Mini 2 around.It won't take 2 hours to talk about the watch.
I hope they do release 3 new iPads. Maybe its a bit too much to ask, but I'm anticipating an iPad mini redesign (since the mini 3 was a tiny release) an iPad 4 like release for the iPad air, and of course the iPad pro
Nothing iPad related will be mentioned but I'm expecting them to spend a couple minutes on the iPod Touch even if it it turns out to be just an announcement that the Touch is being discontinued.Wondering what folks thoughts are on this.
Yeah, this is my guess. There probably will also be several watch accessories shown. Since there is a big question mark on it's impact, they're going to devote the keynote to it, and rightly so.I SERIOUSLY doubt that there will be the introduction of anything other than the watch.
They're not going to do anything to dilute the effect of introducing an entirely new species of Apple product by tacking on just 'yet another' variant of the iPad...