…Apple’s voice assistant could likely reveal in-depth company secrets.
According to MacRumors publication, Siri has revealed the next Apple launch event scheduled to hold a few days from now. Apple’s voice assistant impulsively gives its users an edge to be ahead of their schedule — so ask Siri about the next Apple event, it directly dates April 20th in line with Apple’s calendar.
Siri’s response is in sync concerning Apple’s next event when asked the same question from a different Apple device. This date is associated with Apple user ID based in the States. Nonetheless, Apple is expected to reveal an advance notice about its upcoming launch event which is usually announced a week before — Apple will officially drop the announcement today.
Siri said; “The special event is on Tuesday, April 20th, at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA. You can get all the details on Apple.com.” Accordingly, Siri expects users to click the link that redirects them to a well-detailed landing page about the forthcoming launch event.
It worth taking note of Siri’s information, which indicated the venue to the event is scheduled for Cupertino. This location makes it quite certain that the online launch event will be pre-recorded inspired by COVID-19 requirements.
While we await an official memo by the iPhone maker to explain Siri’s vague announcement which didn’t disclose what Apple planned to launch. With maximum anticipation, MacRumors suggests a new model of Apple’s iPad Pro will flagship the event. This rumour is in line with Bloomberg’s publication that hinted about Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro to debut this April.
Apple’s flagship iPad Pro expected to star the upcoming events is reportedly built with a mini LED 12.9-inch screen — the first Apple device to offer higher contrasts without side effects that are related to the OLED screen display. The anticipated Apple product to launch on April 20th is expected to encounter production latency due to the semiconductor supply shortage disclosed earlier by the iPhone maker.
Apple’s chip shortage that powers its device display is likely to affect the iPad Pro that is also expected to come with a new processor similar to the M1 chip that the iPhone maker has previously used in designing other models of its gadgets such as MacBooks. This device is reportedly modified with a USB-C port with fast charge and advanced camera vision.
Aside from the rumoured Apple event reveal by Siri, the iPhone maker is also close to launching its location tracking device the tech company dubbed AirTags — this helps to find lost items according to the iPhone maker linked with another software network called “Find My.” Apple should have released this device last year. Still, they recently opened their tracker network to third parties.
Except Siri is not genuine with this information, AirTags should launch alongside iPad Pro on April 20th.