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Apple confirms Siri's leak that its "Spring Loaded" Event this April 20!

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Apple posted an announcement that Spring Loaded event is taking place on April 20, confirming the leak from Siri.
Apple confirms Siri's leak that its "Spring Loaded" Event this April 20!
A colorful logo of a corkscrewed apple as Apple's hash flag (Photo from AppleInsider)

A special event to be broadcast from Apple Park

According to the reports, Apple is going to present its new products for the year. This lineup includes a brand new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a mini-LED display and A14X chip and an 11-inch variant, which could be the event highlight. 

The new  A14X chip is said to be powerful as the M1 chip in the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini.

Rumors say that these iPads are expected to sport Thunderbolt connectivity and camera improvements. Also, the company would probably release a new iPad mini, AirPods, and AirTags. 

There are speculations that they will introduce an iPad mini Pro that has an 8.7-inch fullscreen display without a Touch ID Home button. Also, they are expecting the arrival of AirPods 3 that is said to look similar to AirPods Pro. 

Note that we should take this with a grain of salt since there's no official announcement yet regarding the product lineup.

The Cupertino giant officially stated that it will have a special "Spring Loaded" event on April 20 at 10 AM Pacific Time. The venue is at Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus in Cupertino California. However, this will be available for digital streaming only and they're not allowing anyone from the media to attend because of the ongoing pandemic.

To help provide visibility for the event on the platform, a new Twitter hash flag has appeared. After its various events recently, the company has used hash flags that pertain to tiny icons next to hashtags. It first started during  September iPad Air and Apple Watch event.

It seems Apple is continuing the tradition with a hash flag that imitates the colorful event logo used on Apple's invitations and other promotional materials.

For those who are interested, the event is open to the public for viewing on its official website.

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