Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been rumored to launch the next generation iPad Air next month. Bloomberg reported that the company is going to launch its next generation iPad Air in the month of October. However, the exciting thing about it is that, unlike space gray and black color, the new iPad will also be having Gold as an option.

Till now Cupertino giant haven’t introduced the Touch ID in the iPads, whereas, rumors suggest that the new iPad Air, along with the improved processors, is also going to have a Touch ID in place of home button. The rumored specifications are very similar to that of Apple iPhone 6 duo. iPad will have A8 Dual Core processor, M8 Motion sensors and an Ultra-Retina display. However, the company is also expected to launch two variants of iPad this time. One having a screen size of 9.2 inches, whereas other with a gigantic 12 inches.

However, in some recent news the Cupertino giant is also expected to refresh MacBook Air line with new Retina MacBook Air. The new MacBook Air is expected to come loaded with a Retina display that is supported by new Intel fan-less processors. It has been reported that the company will replace the 11-inch Macbook Air with one having 12-inches of screen. Some rumors also suggest that the they are also going to have Gold as color option, however, Apple has never provided a choice in it and least likely to do it.

We are not aware of when Apple is going to launch them, neither we have received a launch invite from the company.

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