Apple iPad Pro October 30 Event Start Time In Your Region


Apple is hosting its big iPad Pro event in New York today and there is a bevy of announcements to look forward to. We're expecting the company to release its latest iPad Pro models, Mac updates and much more, so be sure to clear your schedule. If you're not familiar with Apple's iPad Pro October 30 event start time in your region of residence, then be sure to check the table below for more details. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Here's Apple iPad Pro Event Start Time In Your Region

As we have mentioned earlier, Apple is announcing its latest iPad Pro models later today along with a bunch of other surprises. The event is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, October 30 in Brooklyn, New York. The event will begin at 10 AM ET / 7 AM PT. If you're not aware of when the event start time translates for your region, check the table below.

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The list above includes a number of regions with the corresponding iPad Pro event start time in your local time zone or region of residence. If you can't find your region in the table, head over to TimeandDate website to check the entire list with the event start time.

Apple will be live streaming, so be sure to be ready ahead of the event start time. The company is expected to announce the new iPad Pro models which will feature slimmer bezels and the removal of the Home button or Touch ID. Instead, the company will incorporate a TrueDeoth Camera set up similar to the one on the iPhone XS for Face ID.

Other than that, Apple will also potentially announce an upgrade to the Mac mini, MacBook and the MacBook Air which will receive the highly demanded Retina Display. There will also be new software updates. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. We will be covering the event extensively, so do stick around. For now, check the iPad Pro event start time in your region.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the new iPad Pro redesign? Let us know in the comments.