Siri reveals plans for an Apple event on April 20
Siri reveals plans for an Apple event on April 20

Voice assistant Siri appears to have announced early that Apple is planning to host an event on Tuesday, April 20, in which the company is expected to release a new iPad Pro model and possibly track down the much-anticipated AirTags.

When asked when the upcoming Apple event will be, he replied: The special event will take place on Tuesday, April 20 at Apple Park in Cupertino, California. You can get all the details on the Apple website.

Clicking on the link provided by Siri's voice assistant will take you to the landing page for a standard Apple event that doesn't list the launch event.

Given that this incident must be another Apple incident previously recorded online, it seems odd that the response must claim that the accident happened in Cupertino.

Apple usually returns the invitation letter a week in advance to announce the event. This means that the news will become official news later today.

The news itself gave no indication that Apple might be considering announcing anything at the event, but recent rumors point to new iPad Pro models at least.

Bloomberg recently reported that the new iPad Pro made its debut in April. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is said to be the first device from Apple to feature a small high-contrast LED display. With OLED screens, there is no risk of running out of pixels.

The report shows that the new iPad Pro could take a toll due to a lack of sales due to Apple's small LED screens having production issues.

Other upgrades to the iPad Pro include a new processor with similar functions to the M1 chip in the newer Apple MacBooks, a more powerful camera, and a USB-C port with faster transfer speeds.

There are rumors that Apple will launch AirTags. The technology has been around for a long time.

The tracker should allow users to track items using Apple's Find My app. The device is expected to hit the market last year, but it has not yet been released.

After Apple recently opened its "Find Me" network to track third-party items, it was now time to release its physical tracker.

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