- Apple’s first event of the year will reportedly take place in March or April.
- We can expect at least three new products in addition to minor updates.
- Apple is also preparing for its widest product launch this fall.
Apple is expected to host its first event of the year in March or April where it is expected to launch the next-generation iPhone SE. Joining the ‘iPhone SE 3’ could be a new iPad Air and a new Mac, according to a Bloomberg report.
This would be Apple’s annual spring event where the company usually announces a small batch of products. The date isn’t revealed yet but the event is expected to take place in March or April. The report added that Apple’s spring event will “feature a range of minor updates or complementary products.”
So here’s a look at what to expect from Apple’s spring 2022 event.
iPhone SE 3
A new iPhone SE has been rumoured for quite some time with the launch first expected to take place in 2021. But it is now strongly suggested that Apple will launch the next-gen iPhone SE this year. According to several reports and leaks, the iPhone SE 3 is said to come in a design similar to the current model. But it will come with a faster processor and 5G support.
Apple is also expected to retain the Touch ID button on the iPhone SE 3. A design change or upgrade is rumoured to take place with a future iPhone SE model.
New iPad Air
Apple launched the last iPad Air model in 2020. This model was a major upgrade in terms of design with square edges and a Touch ID button. It even launched in multiple colours. A new iPad Air is expected to launch at Apple’s spring event, and this model could be powered by the A15 Bionic chip.
The new iPad Air is expected to feature a 10.9-inch display, a 12-megapixel ultra wide front camera, and a single rear camera. It is rumoured to have the same design as the previous model and various colour options. The 2022 iPad Air will also have a USB Type-C port and Touch ID power button, rumours suggest.
Apple’s spring event might also see the launch of a new Mac which could be a higher-end iMac or Mac mini. And the new Mac is expected to be powered by the M1 Pro chip. This could be an…