Apple confirms April 20 event, new iPad Pro and Airtags expected

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What you need to know

  • Apple has officially announced its April event.
  • It will take place on Tuesday April 20 at 10 am PT.
  • Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad Pro and Airtags.

Apple has officially confirmed that its April event will take place next week on Tuesday 20, where the company is expected to unveil a new iPad Pro and AirTags.

Apple's event is called "Spring loaded" and will take place on April 20 at 10 am PT.

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The news follows a gaff earlier this today when Siri accidentally gave away the Apple event before it was announced, from that report:

Apple's helpful voice accident Siri appears to have just revealed Apple's plans for an April event, telling users that it will take place on April 20 when asked.First spotted by MacRumors, there are numerous reports that on asking Siri when the next Apple event is it replies:The special event is on Tuesday, April 20, at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA. You can get all the details on

Apple's new iPad Pro is likely to include a new mini-LED display as well as an updated processor and possibly 5G. Apple's AirTags are its long-rumored tracking devices designed to work with Apple's FindMy network to help you keep track of your valuables and belongings.

Apple's April event was actually initially pegged for March by multiple leakers who all turned out to be wrong, Jon Prosser even admitting that a source had told him April but he had chosen to believe multiple other sources instead, a mistake that cost him his eyebrows.

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