Just a few hours ago, Siri told us that Apple is holding an event on April 20. Now, the Cupertino giant itself confirmed it – the Spring Loaded Event, scheduled to take place on April 20, as Siri told us. So, now Siri has a 100% track record leaving behind our beloved and infamous Jon Prosser.
The invite doesn’t reveal many details, but we do get the event’s time and location. Like previous events, this one will also start at 10 AM PDT, and it will be live-streamed from Apple Park.
So what to expect from Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event?
If previous rumours are to believed, then Cupertino giant will be announcing the 2021 iPad Pro lineup, including an 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. These new iPad Pro’s will be following the same design language as the last year. The larger 12.9-inch model is said to feature the new MiniLED display, which might embark on the adoption of MiniLED for upcoming Apple products. According to the rumours, the new iPads will be coming with a new and faster processor, which could be as powerful as Apple’s recent M1 chip. Moreover, the 2021 iPad Pro’s are said to come with improved cameras, a thunderbolt port and 5G.
Then we can also expect the much-awaited AirTags to make its debut. According to some previous rumours, the AirTags was supposed to launch alongside the iPad Pro last month. But we all know what happened, and now all the signs point towards the launch of new iPads, so it’s going to be now or never.
Further, Apple might also announce the next generation AirPods dubbed as AirPods 3. The AirPods 3 is rumoured to borrow the AirPods Pro design while ditching the ANC feature to cut down the costs. There are also some thin chances of AirPods Pro 2 being launched, but we will suggest you take this information with a pinch of salt.
We could also witness Cupertino giant announcing a new Apple TV at the event. Finally, some rumours have suggested that Apple could announce the new M1 based iMacs, the redesigned MacBooks and a new iPad Mini Pro. But, this is highly unlikely to happen, so don’t get your hopes high for now.
With just a week to go, the excitement is at the peak, and it’s only a matter of time before we get to see some new Apple hardware on our screens.