Apple will give a release date for Mavericks (October 25) and price ($20, $50 for server)
Apple announces new MacBook Pros (retina and regular) featuring Haswell CPUs for better battery life – discrete GPUs don’t go away, but they’re only available on the 15″ models due to PCB size constraints (as has been the case for many years now) but integrated Iris Pro replaces GF GT 650-level option
Apple mentions Mac Pro will ship at the end of November, with pricing and pre-orders to come some time next month – brief mention its Made In America, including gratuitous shots of manufaturing/assembly line
Apple announces new 9.7″ iPads in thinner design with same battery life and A7X CPU at the same 499 and above price points
Apple announces retina iPad mini for $379 with an A6X CPU, and regular (current gen) iPad mini for $279
Nothing groundbreaking, nothing crazy – no Apple TV (as in actual TV sets), no iWatch. And since its between the time the quarter closes but before the earnings statement on October 28, not a lot of detailed information will be revealed about sales numbers or material things like that.