No more events by Apple for 2021

All the tech freaks aligned for new releases were surely not disappointed by Apple this year. Already two events each of its kind have been organized. And now with all eyes on the release of the MacBook Air,  the third major event is awaited.

Though in an average year, Apple holds three to four events.

  • spring event in March,
  •  the Worldwide Developers Conference in June
  • September event  focusing  on iPhone and Apple Watch
  • October event if there are iPads or Macs expected in the fall.

But the new MacBook Air is supposed to be released next year only!

All about 2021-


April Event-introduced AirTags, new iMac models, an updated Apple TV 4K, and refreshed versions of the 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

June Event-WWDC -debuted iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, tvOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey

September Event (California Streaming Event)-unveiled the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max

October Event (‘Unleashed’)-focused on new high-end MacBook Pro models and third-generation AirPods, as well as some new colors for the HomePod mini


Why not to expect a new event this year!

  • New updates-
    • More no of graphic cores
    • And the chipset shortage all over the world
  • Giving more limelight to the product
  • Strategic sales plan- could affect sales of the Pro versions

According to Mark Gurman the MacBook Air which is featuring an entirely new design and Apple’s M2 chip will take six to eight months to get on board.

Adding to this he also stated that a new Apple silicon-powered iMac, iPhone SE 3, and new iPad Pro are all expected to be launched next year in 2022…

So much is awaited for the new upcoming year ahead in terms of new technologies and products.