New iPads, OS X Yosemite Coming Oct 21, Says Report

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Apparently there's just one more thing...after the one more thing. According to to report from The Daily Dot, Apple is not done launching new products this year.

According to those ubiquitous "sources familiar with the matter," Apple is planning on holding another big press event – this time on October 21 – to unveil some new hardware and officially launch new software.

The report says that Apple will unveil two new iPad models at said event, as well as release OS X Yosemite to the public at large. OS X Yosemite has been in beta since Apple launched it in June at WWDC.

Of course, there exists precedent for a big iPad event in mid-to-late October – Apple held one last year.

If true, Apple would really be putting the pedal down on its fall releases. Just last week, the company unveiled two new iPhones – a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. It also previewed a new payment solution called Apple Pay and showed off the much-anticipated iWatch Apple Watch.

Speaking of the new iPhones, they ship this Friday and early reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

In other operating systems news, Apple plans to release its new mobile OS, iOS 8, later today.

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