Apple will update its iPads at an event on Oct. 16, according to according to Re/code's John Paczkowski.
Re/code also reported that Apple may update the iMac and OS X Yosemite at this event as well. 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman reported this week that the new iMacs were likely to have Apple's retina display.
Specifically, Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad Air.
The company may also tease a 12.9-inch iPad that it is expected to launch mid-2015.
Invitations have not been sent out to the press, unlike last month's iPhone 6 event.
Apple isn't expected to radically change the iPad's design with this update, though it is rumored to be adding a Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a new A8 processor to the device.
iOS 8 is out, and the reviews have begun trickling in.
Apple's latest OS got off to a rough start. The initial launch was buggy, to say the least, and Apple's attempt to fix it just made things worse.
It's worth noting that not all of iOS 8's major features are functional yet.
Apple Pay, for instance, is expected to come online when Apple releases iOS 8.1 later this month.
Regardless, users have already begun forming their opinions on iOS 8.
We dug around to find out what people detest most about the update.