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Apple’s spring looks fully loaded as it confirms April 20th event

13 April 2021 0

Hours after Siri indiscreetly leaked Apple’s next major event’s date, the company itself came to back this up by confirming that an event is indeed scheduled for April 20. The invite is titled “Spring Loaded” and happening at Apple Park as always. The event will be live-streamed for everyone to watch at 10 am PDT. Also, the invite is available as an AR object on Apple’s event website.

The details of the event are as usual unknown but some speculations that are still swirling around can tell us a lot. As per the reports, Apple could finally launch long-awaited AirTags, iPads with mini-LED display, improved Apple TV, and redesigned Macs. The rumors on an advanced Apple TV have been building up of late, with a recent one revealing it could double up as a smart speaker, but this looks too far-fetched for now.

It is possible that Apple has decided to bring only a few products out of them at the April 20 event and launch the remaining ones at some other event in the second half of this year. The much speculated AirTags has already seen much delay, so it is possible that we might not see it coming at April 20 event as well.

It is worth noting that Apple has one more event which is set to happen in June. But it is going to be a developers conference (WWDC) where Apple announces new OS builds, though that doesn’t mean it has never unveiled some new hardware at the said event.

Well, we are just a few days away from the “Spring Loaded” event, so let’s just leave it to the time as we have always.


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