According to a report from Gartner, tablet shipments are projected to increase 53.4 percent year-over-year.
If you're a business, however, should you jump on the Mavericks bandwagon? The simple answer is yes.
As is tradition following Apple press event, it's time to look at everything we didn't get and what new rumors have suddenly popped up.
Apple unveiled 20 free software updates including iLife, iWork and Mac OS X Mavericks.
Apple's new hardware includes two iPad models, the Mac Pro and the 13 and 15 inch MacBook Pros.
Many of the rumors—iPads, OS X Mavericks, MacBook Pros, iLife, iWork—was unveiled by Apple, but that doesn't mean there wasn't any surprises.
As the media invite said, Apple "still have a lot to cover," so what could it be?
With the help of an IT consulting firm that specializes in installing and maintaining mobile devices in a corporate setting, organizations can roll out an iPad deployment and rest easy knowing that the smart devices that are gaining popularity with employees are benefiting their company as well.
Aside from the date, time (10 a.m. pacific time) and location (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco), "we still have a lot to cover" is the only thing written on the Apple press event invitation.
So far, the 5s has accounted for 64 percent of total smartphone sales for Apple, while the 5c brings in 27 percent. The iPhone 4s makes up the remaining 9 percent.