Apple’s March 21 event promises to ‘loop you in’


Apple March 21 event invite
Just eleven days to go.
Photo: Apple

Apple has confirmed the date of its next keynote event, which will take place on March 21 in Cupertino, California.

Invitations to the event don’t offer any details about what’s going to be unveiled, but feature a tagline (“Let us loop you in”) and close-up of the Apple logo.

In terms of what we’re expecting to see at the event, look out for the official unveiling of Apple’s new 4-inch iPhone, which is expected to be called the iPhone SE, a new 9.7-inch iPad Air 3 (possibly called an iPad Pro), fresh Apple Watch bands, various software updates and more.

Given that this event takes place one day before Apple’s standoff with the FBI goes before a federal court, the timing is certainly interesting — needless to say, Tim Cook will have a lot on his plate to deal with that week.

As usual, you’ll be able to watch the event live on your Apple TV or the Apple website starting at 10 a.m. Pacific on March 21. We’ll be providing a blow-by-blow liveblog here at Cult of Mac.

In the meantime, anyone want to speculate on what Apple’s cryptic tagline for the event means?

Via: Tim Bradshaw/Twitter


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