Apple confirms April 20 event after Siri accidentally reveals the date

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What happens to be a surprise turn of events Apple’s digital assistant Siri revealed the date of the next Apple event without any public announcement by Apple officially.

But later the same was confirmed by Apple and the next event is supposed to be held on April 20 at Apple Park. Many media personnel have received the invitation to join the event online at Apple’s official website.

No details have been revealed by Apple as of now about the event, but according to a Bloomberg report, Apple plans to introduce a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED display technology, thereby making it the first device in the segment to offer a Mini LED panel.

The 2021 iPad Pro models will reportedly feature an upgraded processor, that is claimed to offer performance that is on similar lines as the Apple M1 ARM chip found inside the new MacBook Pro models.

We can speculate it could be dubbed as A14Z Bionic. Furthermore, the Mini LED screens are said to offer high brightness levels and contrast ratios compared to regular LCDs. The new iPad Pro is expected to bring new camera hardware but the details are a mystery, for now. It will also feature a Thunderbolt port, which will help is pushing high-resolution display output and allow for fast data transfer.

The Apple event on April 20th should also see a few more products, including the rumored AirTags. The location tracking has been rumored for a while now and is expected to keep track of your personal items like keys, wallets, and more.

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