Apple has already started decorating the Yerba Buena Center for the Oct.22 iPad event

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    You already know that the next iPads are probably going to be launched on October 22, which is on Tuesday, next week. After we have reported so many rumors and leaks related to the upcoming iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2, we will finally get to see what the real deal is all about.

    With only five more days to go before the event kickstarts, Apple has already begun dressing the San Francisco Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where the next iPads are going to be showcased for the very first time. We can already see the colorful decorations on the Buena Center building which match the invitations that Apple sent out to press earlier this week.

    The graphics are composed by what seem to be multicolored apple "leaves" scattered in the background. The Yerba Buena Center is Apple's preferred venues for its iPad launches, the company having hosted here the original 2010 iPad introduction event.

    To do a quick recap of the most rumored featured, the redesigned iPad 5 is expected to sport a thinner build and narrower bezels while the iPad Mini 2 should come equipped with Retina display. Apple could launch both tablets in the new gold and space gray colors which were introduced in September with the launch of the iPhone 5s. Besides launching the new iPads, Apple could also unveil the next-generation Mac Pro desktop and the OS X Mavericks operating system.

    Source: MacRumors
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    I'm expecting the iPad 5 to leapfrog the competition like the iPhone 5s has.

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