Apple is not planning to hold an event on Tuesday, March 16th, BloombergMark Gorman confirmed on Twitter this evening.
Earlier this week, a report from Taiwan’s website Daily economic news It suggested there be an event on March 16th, with the initial rumors picked up and spread by a few other websites. Daily economic news He cited unverified and unverified content from Twitter’s LeaksApplePro and FrontTron accounts, both of which have a proven track record of providing minute details of Apple’s plans.
The date of March 16 was little more than a guess based on previous Apple events, but it still gets attention. In a tweet reply to Mac rumors In editor Joe Rossignol’s comment on a possible event in March, Gorman emphasized that the date of March 16 is incorrect.
In a separate tweet, he said that “the launch is not on the 16th,” which leaves the door open to the possibility of organizing an event in March on a different date.
Apple has it Several products are in the works Which was rumored for the first half of 2021, including an update iMac, the new iPad Pro Updated models iPad miniNew, low-cost, refurbished AirPod AirPods Pro, And the AirPods 3, plus we are still waiting for an emergence AirTags.
Some of these products can actually be offered at a spring event, but there is no known date for the event yet. Apple holds March events most years, but they’re not guaranteed. The last spring events were held on March 9 (2015), March 21 (2016), March 27 (2018), and March 25 (2019), with none taking place in March 2017 or March 2020.