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Siri reveals Apple’s Event Date; May Unveil iMac, iPad Pro, AirTags

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Siri, one of the most helpful voice assistants ever, has accidentally revealed the next Apple event date. Although Apple is yet to release any information on the Apple event day, Siri has unveiled that the next Apple event is set to be held on April 20, 2021, at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA.

The information was leaked one week before the actual event. Therefore, we can expect an invitation from Apple anytime now. The event can also be held virtually due to the global pandemic situation. Apple usually schedules its events in March, but, it is delayed this time perhaps because of the pandemic.

Previously; Jon Prosser, an Apple news leaker predicted that an Apple event would be held in March, which was of course incorrect. Later he also revealed that the event would be later in April.

Other than the date and place of the event, nothing has been confirmed. But, according to the predictions, Apple is going to launch a series of new and highly anticipated devices during the event including iPhone, iPad Pro, iMac and the most awaited AirTags.

A Bloomberg report suggests that Apple will unveil a new 12.9 inches iPad Pro with mini-LED display technology in the middle of April. What could be the best platform than this Apple event to reveal the iPad? The new iPad Pro may come up with 5G connectivity, improved AR features, and more. However, the poor manufacturing yields are set to cause a shortfall in overall production numbers of the mini-LED.

The iMac would use Apple Silicon and the much-awaited and rumored AirTags will be the NFC-based tile trackers in the Apple ecosystem. The airbags will likely sync with the existing iOS infrastructure to help users track non-smart devices, e.g. key chains and wallets.

Siri is currently showing the Apple event date only on macOS, while on iOS, the event date is yet to be reflected. There is no confirmation from Apple’s side too. The tech giant may soon send out press invitations. We still have to wait till April 20 to see what new devices Apple unfolds during the event.


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