Sends out invites for its officially holding media conference that will be going live at the company’s Town Hall auditorium located on its 1 infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California. Finally, Apple has set a launch date for is 4-inch iPhone SE and for the so-called speculative 9.7-inch iPad Pro, originally believed to be the iPad Air 3 branding over the last few weeks. Once again Tim Cook would adorn the stage to introduce a slew of new Apple products. Now officially confirmed those rumors, and has issued official press invitations that outlines the day and time of the media event, as well as the location where all of the magic will happen.
On Monday, March 21st “Let Us Loop You In” event titles will be held at Apple’s headquarters starting at 10:00am Pacific Time.
Several products are expected to be showcased at the Apple’s media event, including the 4-inch iPhone, the hardware is likely to come equipped with the aesthetic of the iPhone 5s, but with internal of the current flagship, the iPhone 6s. Withdrwan the support of 3D Touch. That specifications would likely to fill with an A9/M9 processor/coprocessor setup, a 2GB of RAM and 12-megapixel rear camera with Live Photos support, NFC for Apple Pay and will be said to cost around $400-$500 for the unlocked version.
The 9.7-inch iPad. Possibility there to see some Mac refreshes as the time is right for updates, but there have been no rumors confirming that is the case. Expected to see the 9.7-inch Pro model will differ from the 12.9-inch iPad Pro only in size, but to intergue the same hardware keys and underlying technology as its bigger bother. To include a massive 4GB RAM, an integrated A9X SoC, 4-speaker system, Smart Connector for connecting accessories like Apple’s Smart Keyboard, and of course to have Apple Pencil hands-on.
Planning to also introduce a new era of Apple Watch bands at the event. Existing bands will likely be available in new colors, such as a rumored nylon band and a Space Black Milanese Loop. Release final versions of iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2, OS X 10.11.4 to public.
For now it’s just a case of sitting back, trying to decipher any hidden meanings in the tagline event invite, and watching the time pass by until we get to experience yet another Apple spectacle at media.