The new Apple iPhones will be released on March 21
The invitation's design looks simple and gentle, accompanied with a message "Let us loop you in". Generally, we can interpret it as a public informing about what is going on. In order to get more detail invitation, you can simply search for this tagline. And it, therefore, comes with a lot of predictions and expectations thatApplewill utilize this event to introduce a successor of 9.7-inch iPad Air 2 and a 4-inch iPhone 5S as the company's entry-priced model.
The 9to5Mac has just confirmed this Apple’s March 21st ‘Let us loop you in’ is an official event
The 4-inch iPhone SE is assumed to help Apple gain back their fans of pocketable phones. Especially when there are now more and more big-screen "phablets" on the smartphone market.
Apple usually introduces its new iPhones in the fall, usually in September. However, the iPhone SE could apparently come sooner. The abbreviation SE stands for "special edition" from iPhone 5S, which is promised to be debuted with an A9 processor, an improved 8 megapixel camera, as well as a fingerprint scanner for Touch ID and NFC for using Apple Pay.
With the predicted upgraded configuration, iPhone SE can be priced in the range of $ 500. Especially, 9to5Mac has reported that Apple also may disclose information of 50% discount for the iPhone 5s product line at this event.
Beside iPhone SE and iPad Air 2's successors, other rumors suggested that Apple would use the event to celebrate the Apple Watch's first birthday, and to unveil its successor.
I could only an occasion for celebrating Apple watch's birthday
Maybe at the event, there is possibly a chance to see new sport band colors, materials, and designs. Meanwhile, Apple'S second-generation timepiece hardware needs more time to be upgraded, till late of September.
Besides showcases of the new product, public can also look forward to hearing from Apple about its ongoing battle with the FBIrecently. As usually Apple only hold a very few of press events each year, it is, therefore, worth to care.