Apple has confirmed on its website that it will live stream its October event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, which it sent out invites to press for earlier today. You can add the event to your calendar so you don’t forget from the page, which kicks off at 10 AM EDT. Note the timezone …

The Academy of Music is a new venue for Apple events, but unlike the March event which was held at a school, it will be streamed. As it is hosted in New York, the timezone is different than the standard events at WWDC or Apple Park, which are on Pacific Time.

This event has a lot of similarities to the March event with a clear focus on creativity; the invite header is as if it was written out by hand. There are also many, many, different Apple logos. In fact, you can refresh the special event page to cycle through all the different ones.

Here’s just a few of the possible logos:

New 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro revisions are expected, featuring dramatically thinner bezels and Face ID unlock. There are also swirling rumors of a MacBook Air replacement, likely featuring a 13-inch Retina display, and a refreshed Mac mini with new internals. Ming-Chi Kuo previously spoke of an iMac with display performance upgrade. Who knows if AirPower will make an appearance?

As always, 9to5Mac will bring realtime coverage of all the announcements.

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