Apple has confirmed that it will be holding an event on March 8. Dubbed as "Peek Performance" the all-virtual affair is set to kick off at 10 a.m. PT, and there's the chance that it could feature new 5G iPads, iPhones, and more.
As usual, there are a ton of rumors heading into the event. The leading one is that Apple might launch a low-cost third-generation iPhone SE with 5G, but with the same generational design. Other rumors indicate that the iPad Air could pick up a new A15 Bionic chip inside as well as 5G support inside. Updated cameras on that iPad Air, with support for Center Stage is also a possibility, too.
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But what about the Mac? Well, veteran Bloomberg reporter, Mark Gurman believes that there will be "at least one new Mac" on the day. There's no indication of what it could be, but it's believed that Apple might launch a redesigned Mac Mini with an M1 Pro CPU. Updated 13-inch MacBook Pro or a possible Apple M2 chip is also something that could happen.