On Monday, March 15, MacRumors led the rumors of an upcoming and first 2021 huge Apple event, happening next week, March 23. Unfortunately, Apple is still not giving any details whether this is real or not. So, will there really be an Apple launch on this date?
Apple event on March 23
According to Apple reliable sources named ‘Kang’ and even Jon Prosser, the first 2021 Apple event will be held over the upcoming Tuesday, March 23. Several new products of the brand are to expect on this event, including, new iPad Pro models, AirPods 3, and the long-awaited AirTags.
Though the date seemed reasonable, Apple has not yet given any details whether this rumor is true or not. In fact, there’s no even teasers on their pages.
The initial rumored date was March 16, but it was immediately shot down.
Another Apple leaker Jon Prosser also supported Kang’s claim by tweeting it on his social media page.
Is this accurate?
Since there are no news from Apple whether the leaks were real or not, a lot of people are now in doubt on the March 23 Apple event date. Prosser even made a joke on his Twitter account, posting a picture of an edited Apple March 23 announcement saying “See you hair.”
This was in reference to his claim before, that he will shave his head if the rumors weren’t true.
BREAKING: Apple sends out invites for March 23 event. pic.twitter.com/dhZtZ8EnA7
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) March 16, 2021
What are your thoughts about the March 23 rumored Apple event?
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