Apple March Event 2021 rumors have been circulating online, with some claiming that the company is planning a virtual event on March 23rd. However, there is no evidence to support these claims. In fact, Apple has not announced any events for 2021 yet.
The rumors appear to have originated from a renowned Apple tipster, who claimed that Cupertino Tech Major had started sending out invitations for the event. However, this tipster has a history of making inaccurate predictions, and there is no reason to believe that this latest claim is any more credible.
It is important to be aware of fake news, especially when it comes to major events like Apple events. Always check the source of the information and look for evidence to support the claims. In this case, there is no evidence to support the claim that Apple is planning a virtual event on March 23rd, so it is likely that the rumors are false.
BREAKING: Apple sends out invites for March 23 event. pic.twitter.com/dhZtZ8EnA7
— jon prosser (@jon_prosser) March 16, 2021
Apple March event invite is fake
Popular Apple tipster John Prosser tweeted an image of an invitation for an upcoming Apple event on March 23rd, 2021. However, the invitation image is fake.
The fake invitation image features the tagline “See You Hair” and a background of hair removal gadgets. This is a joke, as Apple is unlikely to enter the hair removal market.
Prosser has a history of posting fake Apple event invitations. In 2020, he posted an image of an invitation for an Apple event that never happened.
It is important to be critical of information about Apple events, especially when it comes from unofficial sources. Always check the source of the information and look for evidence to support the claims.
Apple’s March 23rd Event
Recent rumors suggest that Apple is not sending out invitations for an event on March 23rd. The company is also not launching any hair removal products. However, there is still a possibility that Apple could hold an event on that date.
Sources say that Apple may announce something “really interesting” at the event, but the details are still unclear. This information is rather vague, so it is difficult to say for sure what Apple is planning.
The event is in April. 🤦🏼♂️
I’ll explain on FPT.
RIP my eyebrows. 🥸
— jon prosser (@jon_prosser) March 17, 2021
Day before yesterday, Now Prosser claims that Apple’s March event is going to happen in the month of April. He also promised to give an explanation for the change of predicted dates. Also Read: Apple iPhone 13 series is likely to come with bigger batteries: Report
To recall, the Apple’s March 2021 event was first touted by the mysterious yet ultra-reliable Kang. This news was broke by DuanRui on Twitter earlier this month.
Kang 康总: The OnePlus 9 new product launch event and Apple event are held on the same day.
It seems that the Apple event is on March 23rd.
— DuanRui (@duanrui1205) March 8, 2021
Apple launch event: What to expect?
The Cupertino based tech giant is not expected to launch any tech products at its March 23rd event. However, the company is still expected to launch some other products, such as a Tile-like tracking device (possibly called AirTags) and a new iPad Pro 2021.
AirTags are rumored to be small, circular devices that can be attached to items to track their location. They have been rumored for several years, and some analysts believe that they could be launched soon.
The new iPad Pro 2021 is also rumored to be in the works. It is expected to have a faster processor, more RAM, and a better camera than the current model.
Apple’s third-generation AirPods not expected until Q3 2023
Apple is rumored to be working on a third-generation AirPods, but these are not expected to be launched until Q3 2023.
The rumors about the third-generation AirPods have been circulating for some time, but there is no concrete evidence to support them. Some analysts believe that Apple may announce the new AirPods at its March 23rd event, but others believe that they will not be launched until later in the year.
It is important to take all rumors and speculation with a grain of salt. The best way to find out what Apple is planning is to wait for the company to make an official announcement. Also Read: Apple cuts iPhone 12 mini production: Report