Apple is rumoured to host the 2021 iPad Pro launch event in March. The exact launch date of the rumoured event was unknown – until now. Tipster Jon Prosser has leaked the possible launch date of the Apple Event. According to the tipster’s tweet, Apple could host the iPad Pro launch event on March 23. This is the same date as the OnePlus 9 series launch event. Alongside the iPad Pro, Apple is also rumoured to launch a new MacBook Pro and AirTags. It was previously rumoured that the Apple event will be hosted on March 16. Let’s take a look at the rumoured Apple event launch date, expected product launches and other details.
Apple tipped to launch new Apple iPad Pro, MacBook Pro and AirTags on March 23
Apple is rumoured to release new products on March 23. According to tipster Jon Prosser, the company could host the event on March 23.
Notably, it is the same date as the OnePlus 9 series launch event.
Apple is expected to launch the 2021 Apple iPad Pro. It is also tipped to launch the new M1X-powered MacBook Pro and AirTags alongside. AirTags will launch as a competitor to Samsung’s SmartTag that could be used to locate multiple devices and items. It is said to be linked to the Find My app on the iPhone, which will help locate the tagged product.
As for the iPad, Apple could launch an 11-inch and a 12.9-inch model. There have been rumours of a mini-LED display for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro model. The 11-inch model is likely to get the mini-LED display tech next year.
Comparing to the previous generation, the Apple iPad Pro (2021) will sport the same thickness, but Apple will shave off some millimetres from the length and breadth. The iPad Pro 11 (2021) is rumoured to be ever so slightly smaller, thinner but will have the same thickness as before. You can click here to check our exclusive leak of the 11-inch iPad Pro 2021 CAD renders.
Apple is yet to make an official announcement about the rumoured event. We can expect a formal announcement very soon.
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