Apple to unveil new iPads, iMacs and OS X Yosemite on 16 October, claim sources

Fanbois! Prepare for yet another HYPEGASM

Apple's boss Tim Cook still has a number of iThings up his sleeve with Cupertino expected to reveal new iPads, iMacs and OS X Yosemite on 16 October.

Anonymous sources told Re/code that the event would take place at the fruity firm's Town Hall Auditorium.

It comes, after Apple unleashed its iWatches and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models last month.

Apparently, no one has received an official invite to the event - but the rumour that it will be going ahead on 16 October seems pretty solid.

It was previously reported that Apple planned another party at some point this month, in an obvious strategy to capitalise on the holiday season market.

We pity the fanbois out there: no sooner have they stopped hyperventilating about their pocket-poking, not-bendy-at-all-OK iPhone 6 slabs, and in comes Cook with yet more iThing love. You lucky, lucky people. ®

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