It's once again time for Apple's spring event, the company announced today. The event will be broadcasted from Apple Park, and of course, you can stream it virtually. It will be on April 20 at 10am PT.
As for what we're expecting to see at the event, that's anyone's guess, but there have been a lot of rumors about upcoming products. First of all, don't expect a new iPhone; that's a September thing.
The most likely product that we'll see is a refreshed iPad Pro. The current ones are over a year old, and even when they were new, they were a very minor refresh with an A12Z processor and LiDAR. The new ones are expected to include a powerful A14X processor, a mini-LED display, and more.
A new iPad mini is possible, since there was a leak for that in January. Indeed, the current one is actually over two years old. Don't expect any non-Pro iPads though, since those are fairly new. There have been rumors of a new Apple TV with a microphone, camera, and a decent remote, so that's possible.
And of course, new Macs are possible, since Apple is continuing to transition its lineup from Intel-powered to Apple Silicon. That would likely include something along the lines of an M1X chip for a more powerful MacBook.
For the most part, we'll find out on April 20. But also, the company could announce products via a press release later that week.