Yesterday, Apple officially announced its iPad event for October 22 in San Francisco, where they probably will present the new iPads, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro and the long-awaited OS X Mavericks.

Besides that, Apple is also organizing a private live streaming for employees of Apple Stores around the world, while the availability of devices to the general public will be denied once again. However, the Company seems determined to make on-demand streaming available at the end of the event on both iTunes and official home site.

The Cupertino Company has announced a satellite event in the English capital too, which will showcase their products to European journalists. It’s not the first time when Apple has decided to separate presentations according to different geo-locations of interest. On September 10, in fact, the launch of the new iPhone had been accompanied by two related events in Berlin and China. Now, it turns to the UK with a meeting open to a hundred journalists in the Kings Palace Hall.

According to 9to5Mac, the English event will be nothing but the live broadcast of what will happen on the stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. It’s not even known whether the guests will be able to get their hands on the devices after the presentation or not, although it seems to be more than likely to happen.

At the moment, no official agenda was leaked for October 22 event, but the usual rumor remain valid: iPad 5 will acquire an aesthetic similar to the iPad Mini, and in return, the small tablet will receive an upgrade to Retina Display. At the event, Apple may announce the MacBook Pro featuring Intel Haswell chips, the prices of Mac Pro and the availability of the final OS X Mavericks.