Apple’s event scheduled for March 8 will be virtual for security reasons related to COVID-19, with the company showing a video already recorded with all the news listed one after the other. The slogan is “Peek performance” and probably refers to the hardware innovations that the company is to launch in the coming weeks.
On the Apple event webpage, users can click on the Apple logo to access its AR view on iOS and iPadOS devices. macOS users can download the file and view the animation in Quick Look.
The logo scrolls through animation and can be viewed 360 degrees in AR. If you zoom in on the object, you can walk “inside” the augmented reality.
The event will focus on hardware and not software. The first novelty should be the third generation iPhone SE, with an identical design to the current model but with 5G connectivity and an A15 Bionic chip. This mid-range device is designed for users, who want a high-performance iPhone without spending a lot of money, but want to switch to iOS from Android.
The Cupertino company may announce the fifth generation. Again, no design changes compared to the already revamped 2020 model, but the device should integrate the A15 Bionic chip, 5G connectivity, and 12 MP camera with Center Stage support.
At the moment, there are not many details about the arrival of the Apple Silicon Macs should arrive, but Apple is likely to present a new entry-level MacBook Pro and a more powerful Mac mini with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.
At the end of the event, Apple could release the final versions of iOS 15.4, iPadOS 15.4, macOS 12.3, tvOS 15.4, and watchOS 8.5