Apple to push back Spring iPad event to next month

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This year, the next generation iPhone 8 is not everything we are expecting from Apple. Cupertino-based company is rumored to launch three iPad models including the second generation 12.9 inch iPad Pro that was first introduced back in 2015, an inexpensive 9.7 inch iPad model and a brand new bezel-free 10.5 inch iPad Pro.


Three new iPads are expected to see the light of day this month when Apple holds its spring event. Last year, Apple introduced its new 4 inch iPhone SE, which was specifically designed for those crazing for a comfortable one-handed operation, 9.7 inch iPad Pro – a smaller version of the 2015 iPad Pro and iOS 9.3 software update. This year, we may not see a new iPhone at the event, but a new iPad is really something we are expecting ahead of a special iPhone that’s rumored to be introduced in September.

However, it looks like that event won’t take place this month. According to recent reports, Apple may launch three new iPads in April, which runs counter what we heard in previous reports that Apple would hold an event later this month. Sources say that Apple’s decision to push back the event to next month may disappoint some users, but Cupertino-based Company may wait until the Steve Jobs Theater opens this April. Last year, Apple held its spring event at its 1 Infinite Loop headquarters, but tech experts say that that would be the last event at the site.

Nothing is official now, but we are still expecting to receive an invitation from Apple for its spring event this week. A new iPad with bezel-free design may be a good start for a special iPhone that comes out this September. The next generation iPhone is rumored to come with an OLED display, new hardware and compelling features.

Also read: What all we hear about this year’s Apple March event

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