Has it only been a month since Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in Cupertino, California, to reveal not only two new iPhones, but its first entry into a new product category since the iPad, the Apple Watch?
Considering all that’s gone on since — the millions of phones sold, a major iOS 8 flub and a nonstop rumor mill — you might think many months or even a year had passed. But no; it’s only October, and Cook is clearly keeping his word of making this a very busy fall.
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With Apple’s upcoming iPad event on Thursday, almost no one is expecting entries into new product categories. “[It's a] low-key event on campus, so I don’t anticipate any big news,” Van L. Baker, vice president and research director for Gartner’s Mobile and Client Computing Services, wrote in an email …