Sources tell The Daily Dot that on October 21st, Apple will launch two new versions of the iPad, iPad 6 and iPad Mini 3, along with the newest Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite.
This would be in line with Apple's other iPad launches. Last October 22nd, they launched the iPad Air and iPad Mini 2. The first iPad, however, had a spring launch date.
This is a particularly important launch for the iPad Mini, which is within about two inches of the iPhone 6 Plus size. The new Plus is 5.5 inches with 920-by-1080 resolution and the current iPad Mini is 7.9 inches with 1024-by-768 resolution.
If this rumor proves to be true, the devices will be out just two days after the iPhone 6 and Plus reach users hands.
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