Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is almost set to take the center stage and unveil a new line of much-awaited products, Apple iPad Air 2 and new Macs. The Cupertino giant didn’t shed a word but is being speculated as to release a next-generation iPad Air.

Apple has already sent out invites for this launch event. However, they are being seen as a message about what they are going to reveal. Apart from the iPad Air 2, which is much likely to happen this year at the event, analysts around the world are also speculating as the Cupertino giant will reveal new Macbook Air or possibly a new line of Mac. The invite includes Apple logo that matches exactly with the logo that was displayed on the 30th anniversary of the Mac.

The speculation and rumors mills for Apple products seem not to settle down ever. In some of the leaks, the next generation iPad Air 2 was shown – clearly Cupertino giant is applying thinness as a theme across all of its products. Apple iPad Air 2 is having thinness near to that of iPhone 6.

As per the specs for the iPad Air 2 are concerned, it is without a doubt that the company is going to equip it with Retina display, A8 processor and an M8 motion sensor. However, the big news here is that the company has now finally installed a Touch-ID sensor in these next-generation iPads, which will also be backed by NFC to enable Apple Pay.

Coming to yet another awaited product from Apple, Yosemite. The new Mac OS X is completely different from its predecessors and has been re-designed to offer most from the device. Apple has significantly reduced the difference between the iOS 8 and Yosemite. The devices will now work seamlessly.

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