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Apple's highly speculated event might actually happen in April, not March

17 March 2021 0

After following the swirling reports around Apple March 23 event, we possibly have a new date to follow (like minions?) from now onwards. According to the tipster Jon Prosser, Apple could hold an event in April where it might launch the long-rumored iPad Pro with mini-LED, AirTags, AirPods 3, well possibly, among other new hardware. The very famous tipster and tech analyst has promised to reveal more details on the same via his YouTube channel soon as well.

If you have been living under a rock, here is a quick recap for you. It was first speculated that Apple will hold an event on March 23 but as per the latest tip, Apple doesn’t have such an event to conduct on the said date and we could rather see it unveiling new products in April.

Well, the new shred of information goes in sync with a brand-new report from DigiTimes where it is reported by citing industry sources that the shipments of iPad Pro featuring mini-LED might not start before the second quarter that starts from April. So, clearly, the timeframes are coinciding with each other and it doesn’t look like a mere coincidence.

Apple might not have held an event in April before. Last year in April, it just introduced the iPhone SE (2020) with a Bionic A13 chip. In April 2019, it ended its long battle with Qualcomm in 2019 and settled on an agreement. Important milestones have been achieved in April in the past but there were no new hardware launches per se.

The exact date of the event is still unknown but the tipster has promised to reveal more details soon. The tipster has a good track record of offering the right details on upcoming launches. So, we would like to rely on his insights once again.


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