Apple is holding its first launch event of the year this week, where it is expected to announce a new iPhone, an iPad, and possibly some fresh Macs.
The launch Tuesday will be live-streamed from Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California, like all of the company’s launch events since 2020.
Apple’s spring device launches are less important to the company than its traditional fall events, which reveal new iPhone models ahead of the holiday shopping season.
The fall iPhones are pricier and more profitable for Apple. Tuesday’s event follows a similar spring launch last year, where the company announced a new iPad Pro, a redesigned iMac desktop computer, and airbags.
Here’s what’s expected at Apple’s spring launch event on Tuesday, according to analysts and media reports:
IPHONE SE 3 WITH 5G
The upcoming third-generation iPhone SE is expected to succeed the 2020 model as the new budget-friendly iPhone option. The first iPhone SE came out in 2016 and remained available for four years, which means the SE line is set for a quicker change of pace.
Alongside the iPhone, A new Ipad Air, MacBook with an Apple silicon chip, and IOS 15.4 are also expected to be announced in the event.