Apple event in April 2021:
Now it is official. The date for the upcoming Apple event in April 2021 has been confirmed, the keynote can start. When exactly? We reveal in the update of the article.
Update: As expected, Apple has now confirmed the event date. This means that the next Apple event will take place on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. The event will start at 7 p.m. sharp today, and Apple will be offering a live stream again. As always, CGH will report in detail on the new products.
As MacRumors reports, Siri is currently revealing the date for the next Apple event on request. The voice assistant gossips and reveals: “The special event will take place on Tuesday, April 20, at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA.“
Apple event: Siri reveals special event and keynote date
However, the question: “When is the next Apple event?” Does not always lead to the desired result. Often, Siri then only refers generally to Apple’s website without being specific. It is possible that only users with an American Apple ID are currently being pleased with a corresponding answer, according to a possible explanation. A special event and a keynote date were originally expected for March, but Apple missed the opportunity. Speculations about a new date in April have been loud, but have not yet been further substantiated.
Most likely, Apple will officially confirm the date later in the day. As in the months before, Apple will certainly only hold the event virtually, i.e. online. In the early evening hours of next Tuesday, you should be able to watch the live stream of a video that was recorded shortly before.
Similar to last year, the Apple event in April should also run – virtually and online:
New products at the event
But what is there to see? The hottest candidate is certainly the new iPad Pro 2021 with a mini LED screen. The new technology will only receive the 12.9-inch model, as current reports predict. New AirPods, however, have probably been postponed and are not yet to be shown. Neither does a new iPhone SE, which won’t be available until next year. The AirTags, Apple’s new key finder, is still on the agenda. They complete the “Where is?” Service, which has been drilled out since last week. On the other hand, we wouldn’t expect new Macs until June at WWDC.