According to Bloomberg, Apple could release new products as early as March 8.
According to the rumor, Apple is planning to introduce a new low-cost 5G iPhone and iPad. As well as a new Mac, at the event.
The event would be Apple’s first since announcing new MacBook Pro computers in October 2021. According to Bloomberg, the launch will take place as a virtual broadcast. Since the Covid-19 epidemic began in March 2020.
The iPhone SE, which debuted in the spring of 2020 and costs $399, is Apple’s latest low-cost iPhone. It has Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, which is the latest iPhone model. According to the rumor, the new model could have the same design as the original, but with a speedier processor and 5G capabilities.
According to the source, the new iPad will be an improved version of the iPad Air.
During the December quarter, Apple’s iPad division was the only major product line to show decreased sales. Slowing sales of a $329 iPad targeted at schools and volume buyers were the biggest cause of the company’s fall, according to Apple.
Low-cost smartphone debuts are less crucial to Apple than its customary fall launches, which show more expensive and profitable high-end iPhone models ahead of the holiday shopping season.
Apple may plan the event to coincide with the release of iOS 15.4, the most recent version of the iPhone software.
IOS 15.4 is presently being tested in beta. It’s likely to have many new capabilities. This will include the ability to unlock the device using facial recognition while wearing a mask, as well as new emoji.
An Apple spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment right away.
Apple is also working on a new Mac featuring Apple-designed CPUs.
Following the March event, Apple may unveil software updates for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. This will take place at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June. The iPhone 14 and new Macs are expected to be unveiled at numerous keynote presentations in the fall.
New iMac and Mac Pro desktops, a redesigned MacBook Air are all expected in the 2022 lineup. Also an updated low-end MacBook Pro, three Apple Watches, four iPhone 14 variants, and new AirPods. The company is also working on new services, such as a function that allows iPhone users to pay with a credit card by simply tapping it on the screen.