But expect plenty more power coming soon to the bigger screen of the iPad.
Note: As more rumours appear over the next couple days leading up to Apple's event, this story will be updated.
Design-wise, it's likely we'll see the removal of the Home button and fingerprint scanner, with the introduction of Face ID for unlocking the screen.
It's clearly not an edgeless display like what you see on the iPhone X, but it's certainly a more compelling form factor.
Face ID will enable Animojis (and the personalised variety known as Memojis) on iPads for the first time. Unlike with iPhones, Face ID will work in both portrait and landscape orientations.
As for other iPad Pro design changes worth mentioning, the new tablets will reportedly not ship with a 3.5mm headphone jack. According to 9to5Mac, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from TF International Securities, who has accurately predicted Apple releases in the past, expects the new iPad Pro models will have an 11-inch or a 12.9-inch display.
The previous generation iPad Pro comes with Apple A10X Fusion with M10 co-processor. The new iPad Pro slates also will support the next generation Apple Pencil 2 writing accessory.
Apple's next media event will take place in NY on October 30th, and during that event, a few things are likely to happen or are at least possible. It will also be the first time Apple has changed the charging port on iOS devices since 2012.
Apple is also planning to launch a new laptop destined to replace the ageing MacBook Air, and a new Mac Mini geared toward professional users, according to people familiar with the plans.
Of course, this email may be a red herring and Apple may just ship out a normal MacBook Air come the end of next week, but as they say, there's no smoke without fire. That will leave the iPhone as the only high profile Apple device to use the Lightning connector.
Other possible announcements include iMac refreshes and more information about the upcoming Mac Pro.
There are a variety of rumours circulating about the new AirPods, including noise-cancelling and water resistance, but one feature the new version of the earbuds will nearly certainly get is wireless charging given that Apple first revealed the earbuds' new wireless charging case past year. Similar to what Apple did with the iPhone X last year and the Apple Watch Series 4 this year, the 2018 iPad Pro lineup is going to get a radical upgrade. Its iMac lineup was also last updated nearly 1.5 years ago.