Apple has sent the media invites to an event scheduled for 16 October, roughly one month after it unveiled the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

The event will kick off around 10 AM PST at the Town Hall auditorium on Apple's Cupertino headquarters campus, according to the original invite, which teased the following tagline: "It's been way too long". Apple is also simultaneously holding the event in Berlin at 6 PM local time.

Apple is expected to show off upgraded iPads - likely an iPad Air and iPad Mini - as well as an updated 27-inch iMac with a Retina display, marking the first time the company has expanded Retina beyond mobile devices and MacBooks. There's also been rumours about an updated Mac mini.

Town Hall auditorium is much smaller than both the Flint Center and separate white building Apple used to unveil the iPhone 6s, suggesting the company doesn't want to make as big of a fuss for this particular event. That said, Apple last used its auditorium to unveil the iPhone 5S.

Apart from new products, Apple might release the final and public version of OS X Yosemite immediately after its event next week. Despite whatever the company plans to do, Pocket-lint will be there live to report on all the latest.

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