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Apple has announced its next event ‘Spring Loaded’. The event is scheduled to take place on April 20th, the company announced. The event could include a new iPad Pro, AirTags, and more. Let us see the round-up of everything that Apple could announce during its April 20 special event

When are where?

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this event will be completely virtual and streamed directly from Apple Park on 20th April at 6 pm BST.

Apple is teasing the April event with the tagline “Spring Loaded.” The invite is eye-catching as usual Apple doesn’t provide many hints at what could be announced during the event.

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Past Spring Events

Past spring events have seen Apple reveal new iPads and various software and services-based products.

In 2020 we saw the arrival of the second-generation iPhone SE, although it’s worth noting that this was via a press release rather than a dedicated event (due to the pandemic).

Back in 2019 Apple hosted an event on 25 March, where it showcased Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and Apple News+ services.

The previous year brought an update to the entry-level 9.7in iPad, which itself had been introduced two years previously in another March event that also saw the original iPhone SE’s arrival.

What is expected to be announced at Apple Spring loaded event?

iPad Pro 2021

One of the leading rumours is that Apple will release a new iPad Pro with mini-LED display technology during the first half of 2021. The expectation is that the mini-LED backlighting will come to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro first, followed eventually by the 11-inch iPad Pro. The spring event could see the arrival of a new iPad Pro. All of the rumours seem to suggest Apple updating its premium tablet range in the first quarter of 2021.

Apple TV

There were plenty of stories circulating that Apple would refresh its streaming device in 2020, but nothing appeared. With that in mind, we think there’s a good chance that we may see a new Apple TV device arrive in spring 2021.


There are also suggestions that Apple will launch its rumoured AirTags tracker. The biggest indication that this is indeed coming is the fact that Apple recently updated the Find My app to include the ability to find tagged items and a partnership with a number of manufacturers who will integrate with the service. There are also new features that could relate to the AirTag in iOS 14.5.

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