Spring has sprung and with it, the first Apple event of the year. The company successfully brought last year, and now it’s continuing its product updates with an event called “.” Outside the obvious coiled metal connotation, the name suggests another jam-packed day of announcements.
And Apple does have a lot of products to address. The Apple TV was last updated in 2017 but is rumored to get , a new processor that could make it a more capable Apple Arcade machine, and . The iPad mini is also expected to finally receive some love after sitting idle since 2019. Reports point to a larger display and updated internals for the small tablet.
will reportedly get a speed boost with a new chip similar to Apple’s M1, a Thunderbolt port for faster transfers and compatibility with more devices, and . The larger 12.9-inch Pro may also be the first Apple device , though could limit how many tablets Apple is able to produce and sell.
There’s plenty of other hanging threads, too: could show up, Apple may have a , the Apple Pencil could get a redesign, could make an appearance, the MacBook Pro , and there are always plenty of opportunities for surprises.
We’ll be watching live and keeping you updated here with everything Apple announces.