Apple to Introduce iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5 in Early March

Apple to Host Introduce iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5 in Early March
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For a long time, rumors claimed that Apple will host an event this spring. However, a fresh story claims that the company will hold an event on or around March 8 to reveal a 5G-enabled Apple iPhone SE 3.

Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman reveals the same in a report. Gurman has been a dependable Apple reporter for a long time. Gurman is ranked No. 2 on Apple Track, a website that measures the dependability of Apple reporters and leakers. He has an accuracy rating of 85.5 percent out of hundreds of reports.

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iPhone SE 3 pricing and more

According to current reports, the iPhone SE 3 will cost approximately $400 and will have 5G and Apple’s A15 Bionic CPU. In terms of design, it may not be as smooth as the iPhone 13; instead, it will resemble the iPhone 8 with improved internals. However, the Chinese website MyDrivers believes that Apple may use iPhone XR’s body. All of this is still hypothetical, so we’ll have to wait and see.

Moreover, Gurman claims that Apple might reveal iPad Air 5 alongside the iPhone SE 3. He further added that the company could also release iOS 15.4 in March.

Additionally, Gurman’s sources have told him that this event, like the other several Apple events since the outbreak began, would be virtual.

Lastly, Gurman claims that Apple would “launch its biggest crop of new gadgets ever in a single year,” including iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5. However, he did not say what other devices we could see this year; although speculations claim a new high-end Mac mini and iMac Pro, both featuring Apple hardware, are in the works. It’s also possible that a new Mac Pro desktop is in the works.

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