It’s been reported for months that Apple will be hosting a special event sometime in October. However, at this point in time, Apple haven’t given any indication that they may be hosting an event to announce more products such as the 16” MacBook Pro, Apple Tag, AirPods Pro, iPad Pro upgrades, and more.
Let’s go back to 2014. Apple held the “It’s been way too long” October event, where they announced the 5K Retina iMac, iPad mini 3, and iPad Air 2. The event was announced on October 8th with the event date being set for October 16th.
In 2016, Apple had the “Hello again” event, where they announced the new generation of MacBook Pro with the Butterfly keyboard, Touch Bar, USB-C, and more. The “Hello again” event was announced by Apple on October 19th 2017, and it was scheduled for October 27th.
Last year, Apple announced the “There’s more in the making” event on Thursday, October 18 2018, with the invites to the press being released the same day. The event was scheduled to take place on October 30th in New York City.
Considering 2014’s dates have passed, we’ll look at 2016 and 2018’s dates. 2018’s event was announced on October 18th (a Thursday), and 2016’s event was announced on October 17th (a Monday). Considering Friday the 18th of October 2019 has passed, this would mean that Apple will probably announce the October 2019 event on Monday, the 21st of October, with the actual event taking place on Tuesday the 29th of October. Unfortunately, Apple have didn’t announce a date on the expected date, so could they announce it on Thursday the 24th or Friday the 25th? Maybe, but it’s beginning to seem unlikely.
Of course, this is all speculation as Apple may not even host a 2019 October event, but the recent image of the 16-inch MacBook Pro found inside macOS Catalina 10.15.1 beta suggests that Apple still have a few things to show us before 2019 is over.