Apple has unveiled the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, along with a new iMac.
The iPad Air 2 resembles the previous designs; however, it is now 6.1mm thin and features Touch ID.
It also comes with an A8X processor and an 8MP iSight camera, which takes 1080p HD video.
Prices range from $499 for 16GB, $599 for 64GB and $699 for a 128GB variant.
The iPad Mini 3 was also unveiled, which features Touch ID, a 7.9-inch screen, and iOS 8.1. The 16GB model will cost users $399, while the 64GB model will cost $499 and the 128GB will cost $599.
Pre-orders for both devices will start October 17th in the US, where customer’s will have the choice of white, space grey and the rumoured gold colour options.
Images of both designs were also previously leaked, suggesting that the two models would feature Touch ID.
Apple also debuted the new iMac, which features a 5K resolution display and is 5mm thick, plus it has a 3.5GHz Intel quad-core processor i5, with an option for an i7 chip making it the fastest device from the firm.
As well as this, it has a 27-inch display with 5210x2880 pixels and will be available in the US for $2,499.
Apple Pay will also launch in the US on Monday October 20th.
This event follows Apple’s press event that took place last month, where the company unveiled the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Apple Watch.
For more information and images, or to watch the keynote, visit Apple's website.