Apple Special Events
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Every year, Apple holds three to four events, where the company announces new products, product redesigns, and upgrades. These events are usually streamed live on Apple's website.
On March 8, Apple held its first spring presentation – the Peek Performance event – in a traditional all-online format, and announced a bunch of new products and updates. The presentation was streamed on Apple's website, YouTube channel, and the Apple TV app.
According to multiple reports, the Cupertino company is expected to present the new, third-generation iPhone SE, which will not have any major design or display changes. Instead, the company will focus on internal changes.
The event may include the announcement of a new generation of iPad Pro and iPad mini tablets, AirPods, the long-awaited AirTag tracker, iMac and Mac Pro computers, MacBook Pro laptops, and next-generation Apple TV.
Apple announced the date of its third special event called "One More Thing". It is expected that the Cupertino company will present the first iMac with ARM processors.
Apple presented the iPhone 12 line with powerful A14 Bionic chips, all-new design with Ceramic Shield, pro camera system, LiDAR Scanner, and the biggest Super Retina XDR display ever on an iPhone.
This year's iPhone 12 is delayed. Apple didn't announce a new smartphone this September at Apple Special Event. But the company has already sent out invitations to the next major presentation that will be held on October 13.
At Apple's September 15 presentation, the company announced the release of new operating system updates in one day, thus not giving the developers enough time to prepare before the release.