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Siri reveals date of the next Apple Event

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  • Siri has prematurely revealed Apple’s plans to hold a Special Event on Tuesday, April 20.
  • According to multiple reports, Apple may finally announce AirTags — or possibly new iPad Pro models, as reported last week by Bloomberg.
  • It is likely that Apple will formally confirm the event later today by sending an invitation.



This morning, reports started coming in that Siri has prematurely revealed Apple’s plans to hold a Special Event on Tuesday, April 20. If you ask ‌Siri‌: “When is the next Apple event?” She’ll most likely answer with: "The special event is on Tuesday, April 20, at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA. You can get all the details on Apple.com."

Like previous events, we’re expecting this event to be a pre-recorded affair without media in attendance — and that it will be live-streamed on Apple's website and YouTube channel.

According to multiple reports, Apple may finally announce AirTags — or possibly new iPad Pro models, as reported last week by Bloomberg. AirTags, which are widely rumored to help users track items using Apple’s Find My app, have been expected to launch since September 2019 with the introduction of the U1 chip. Similarly, they were also expected to be released last year, when Apple leaked the official name in a support video — but they ultimately never appeared. With Apple recently opening up its Find My network to track items from third-party companies, and the introduction of the Items tab inside the Find My app, the stage is now set for the launch of its own physical trackers.

From The Verge:

Recent rumors point towards new iPad Pro models, at least. Bloomberg recently reported new iPad Pros will debut in April. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will reportedly be Apple’s first device with a Mini LED screen, allowing it to offer a high contrast ratio without the risk of burn-in associated with OLED displays. Reports indicate that the new iPad Pros could be in short supply due to production issues Apple is facing with the Mini LED displays. Other rumored iPad Pro upgrades include new processors with a similar amount of power to the M1 chip found in Apple’s recent MacBooks, better cameras, and USB-C ports with faster transfer speeds.

The event will likely be a digital presentation streamed over YouTube and Apple’s website. It is likely that Apple will formally confirm the event later today by sending an invitation, given that the event is only one week out at this point. Apple’s invites are generally sent out seven days in advance.




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