We're now just days away from Apple's big event on Tuesday. iPads will inevitably be the feature presentation, and investors are hoping to see an iPad Mini with Retina display to put the heat on rivals. Apple will also probably refresh the rest of its Mac lineup while introducing its Mac Pro that it teased earlier this year. 

Investors are also still anxiously awaiting news of the expected deal with China Mobile , which failed to materialize at the iPhone event last month. Chances are that Apple is waiting for China Mobile to roll out its TD-LTE network next month, and promotional ads have been spotted hinting that the iPhone will be available on China Mobile's network on Nov. 11. With that date just weeks away, an official announcement could be in order.

In this segment of Tech Teardown, Erin Kennedy discusses Apple's upcoming event with Jamal Carnette and Evan Niu, CFA.


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