Following a leak from Siri, Apple officially announced that on Tuesday, April 20th, one will take place special “Spring Loaded” event at the Steve Jobs Theater, in Apple Park campus, in California.
The event will be digital due to the ongoing crisis in public health.
It is said that the company will present at this event some of its new products for 2021. Updated iPad Pro models, a new low-cost iPad, a new iPad mini, refurbished iMacs and the long-awaited AirTags are some of the products that Apple may present at the "Spring Loaded" event.
Given that a lot has been heard about it iPad and its enhanced features, we can assume that iPads will be a major topic of discussion at the event. Rumor has it that Apple is working on a new one high-end iPad Pro 12,9 inches, which will have a mini-LED screen and 5G chip, while it has been heard that there is another model with an 11-inch screen. These iPads are expected to have connectivity Thunderbolt, improved camera systems and one new A14X chip, which is as fast as the M1 chip in MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini.
Also, rumors say that the company is preparing a "IPad mini Pro”With 8,7 inch screen and no Touch ID Home button. It is also possible that a new low-cost iPad with a 10,2-inch screen will be introduced.
Apple is also planning a renewed iMac, with a new design that has thinner frames, similar to the Pro Display XDR, with Apple silicon chip and GPU, also designed by the company. Whether it will be presented at next week's "Spring Loaded" event or later is unknown.
We are still waiting for AirTags, Tile-like Bluetooth tracking tags that can be attached to any object, allowing you to track this item directly from the Find My app. Last week, the company expanded its indFind My network to include third-party devices, so perhaps the long-awaited T AirTags will be presented at this event.
There is also a Apple TV sixth generation running on an upgraded processor and a new Apple TV remote control, but it is not clear whether the presentation will take place now or later.
Apple plans to broadcast live the "Spring Loaded" event on its website and in the "Apple TV" application on Tuesday, April 20, at 10:00 a.m. (Pacific time).