We're just a few days out from Apple's "still have a lot to cover" event in San Francisco, so what better time to step back, and ask ourselves what we're wanting to see most from the event. As is so often the way with Apple invitations, we're left with more questions than answers, but one thing is certain; there's a whole lot that we could be shown.
Top of the order are new iPads. The last refresh came 12 months ago when Apple introduced the iPad mini alongside the iPad 4. At this point it's pretty much a given we'll be seeing new versions of both, with a likely redesign of the full sized iPad. But, it doesn't stop there, not by a long stretch.
We're also likely to see our fair share of Mac news on October 22 as well. Haswell powered MacBook Pros, launch information for OS X Mavericks and more on the can't-innovate-Phil-Schillers-ass Mac Pro. Maybe even a 4K Thunderbolt display if we're really lucky.
Beyond that, it's a while since we got new iPods of any kind – not counting the 'new' 16GB iPod touch – so perhaps we're due for some new hardware on that front. It wouldn't be hard to imagine an internal spec boost on the iPod touch, but at this point is that kind of thing even event worthy? And then there's the classic; many of us just want to know what's going to happen to it.
Last but by no means least is the Apple TV. Again, the current hardware has been with us for some time now, but beyond software is there really much of a need to update anything right now? Maybe an internal boost and support for 802.11ac WiFi?
So, there's a ton of stuff Apple could show us, and there's a ton of stuff that Apple could also stick in a press release. In any case, we've got an event this coming Tuesday, so we want to know what you want to see the most. Drop a vote up top and leave us your thoughts in the comments below. And for all the best coverage leading up to, during and far beyond Apple's October 22 event, keep it locked firmly to iMore.