Apple just unveiled its iPhone 5 over one month ago, and now the company is preparing to roll out even more products before the holiday season.

A number of Apple developments that were expected to be revealed last month were noticeably absent from the company’s most recent keynote, such as the rumored iPad Mini, a 13-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro, a refreshed iMac, and more.

“We got a little more to show you,” Apple’s event invitation teased, perhaps alluding to the debut of a “little” tablet.

Although the Cupertino, Calif.-based company has not officially announced an iPad Mini, rumors and speculations about the mini tablet's features have been circulating the Web for months.

The tiny slate is expected to have a 7.85-inch screen with both 3G and 4G connectivity, and rumors have suggested that it will be a miniature version of Apple’s iPad 2, in that it may not feature a Retina Display. The iPad Mini is expected to fall within the price range of $249 and $299, putting it at a slightly higher cost than competing 7-inch tabs from Google and Amazon.

Apple is known for its tight-lipped secrecy when it comes to unveiling new products, so fans will have to wait until Tuesday's announcement begins to know for sure. Check out the following live blogs to track Apple’s announcements from start to finish.

Engadget AOL’s tech website will be live blogging Apple’s event straight from San Jose. “This live blog is certainly going to be massive and we want you to be a part of it!” reads the event page on Engadget. Their coverage will begin at 1 p.m. EST, or 10 am PST, and you can find their blog here.

The Verge The tech news source spearheaded by former Engadget writer Joshua Topolsky will also be blogging Apple’s event minute-to-minute from San Jose. “Will it [iPad Mini] look exactly like the dummy models we’ve seen numerous times? We’ll be on the ground in San Jose to answer all these questions and more,” The Verge’s live blog page reads. It also begins at 1 p.m. EST, 10 a.m. PST and you can view it here.

CNET In addition to providing news coverage, CNET will be offering running commentary from editors Molly Wood, Brian Tong and Donald Bell. Check out their live blog  here.

IGN Gaming and technology news source IGN will be among the many publications providing live coverage of Apple’s event. “Set your alarms, bookmark this page, and check back tomorrow morning at 10 am PST, where we’ll be liveblogging straight from San Jose,” its live blog page reads. You can check that out here.

Gizmodo Gawker Media’s tech outlet will be kicking off its coverage an hour before Apple’s event is expect to start, at 12 pm EST and 9 am PST. Check out their live blog page here.

TIME Techland TIME will also be live blogging Apple’s announcement beginning Tuesday at 10 am PST, 1 PM EST. “It used to be that the invitations which Apple issued for its press events were relentlessly cryptic. These days, they tend to be only somewhat cryptic,” the live blog page reads, which you can find here.

ABC News On Tuesday, ABC will be tracking the “little more” that Apple will be revealing to the world. Check out their live coverage here.

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