iMore show 368: iPad & Mac event preview

After Google Hangouts destroyed two weeks of shows, Rene goes it alone to re-re-record the iPad & Mac preview event, detailing everything we just might see on October 22, 2013.

[Apologies again folks, Google Hangouts flat-out failed to record our show two weeks ago, and recorded only the first 10-minutes last week. We're looking at ways to get a backup recording. Apologies also to Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac who was kind enough to join us for last week's show.]

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iMore show 368: iPad & Mac event preview


I wonder what the odds are that we'll see Thunderbolt 2 in the updated rMBP and updated Thunderbolt Display along with it being in the new Mac Pro. I hope so.. would kind of suck to see TB2 only in the Mac Pro while the others only get TBv1

For those pro users out there, I'm sure an updated 4K Thunderbolt display would be a sweet surprise.

Thank you Mr. Ritche for re-recording a version of the show for the readers/listeners of iMore. We do appreciate your efforts and share your pain when technology fails to behave.

There has been a lot back, and forth on Retina. I feel Apple will make everything Retina. That is their goal. When, only they know. I would be willing to give up battery life for a Retina display iPad, mini. That is what chargers, and power devices are for. The problem is, they are making a thinned down iPad 5 all supped up. I have not been keeping track of the numbers, but I really think the new iPad, iPad mini Retina display, new MacBook Pro, Apple TV, and Mac Pro would be a great show, but sometimes you do not want to put out the biggest, and best all at once. How do you top it? The technology is there, but it is better to give the customer little bits, instead of the whole enchilada. That way you will make more money. Just my take. Can not wait to see just what is going to happen Tuesday.