Apple has officially announced the date of its next event, which will be called Spring Loaded.
The event was initially leaked by Siri, before Apple confirmed it on Tuesday.
iPhone users discovered that when you ask the voice assistant when the next Apple event will be, it replies: “The special event is on Tuesday 20 April, at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.”
Here is everything we know about the event so far.
When will Apple’s Spring Loaded event be?
Apple has confirmed the event will be on Tuesday 20 April, starting at 10am Pacific Time in the US, which will be 8pm in the UK.
It will be held at Apple Park, and streamed live on the Apple website.
What could be announced?
As always, Apple has been tight-lipped about what could actually be announced.
New iPad Pros have been rumoured, with 11 and 12.9-inch tablets likely to be confirmed, with the larger tablet set to have a mini LED screen.
They are also expected to boast a faster processor with performance in-line with the chip used in recent Macs, upgraded USB-C ports and better cameras.
The hand-drawn nature of the event’s logo suggests a new stylus could be on the cards.
Other rumoured announcements include AirPods 3 – an upgraded version of Apple’s wireless earbuds, and the much-hypes AirTags – Apple’s GPS tracking modules seen as its answer to Tile.
There have been reports that new MacBook Pros and a new MacBook Air could be coming this year, but they may not be announced at this event.