While the leaked site maps from Apple’s website are proving to be a wealth of information about Apple’s upcoming iPhone and Apple Watch lineups, there is nothing to be found suggesting updates to the Mac or iPad Pro lineups.
Early Wednesday, Apple exposed a XML file, confirming names for the imminent iPhone lineup expected to be announced on Wednesday afternoon. However, after perusing the file, there appears to be nothing in the way of Macs or iMacs in a document that otherwise laid bare the iPhone names, as well as the presence of 40mm, 42mm, and 44mm Apple Watch Series 4 devices at the event.
Although updates are believed to be on the way to Apple’s Mac lineup, Apple has traditionally announced new models in October at a separate event, or even as a quiet “surprise” update. The Mac mini hasn’t seen an update for many years, and recent rumors have indicated a “Pro” update might be on the way for the neglected Mac.
Apple “Gather Round” iPhone event will take place later today, where the Cupertino firm is widely expected to reveal an updated 5.8-inch OLED “iPhone XS,” a 6.5-inch “XS Max” model, and a lower-priced 6.1-inch LCD-based “iPhone Xr.”