Recent rumors suggested that Apple was going to announce a new keynote at the start of spring 2022. This will indeed be the case, since the Apple brand has just sent invitations for an unprecedented conference on March 8. The manufacturer promises that “the performance” will come on stage.
While Apple has in turn committed to Ukraine by suspending sales of its products in Russia, the Apple brand has just ended days of suspense. Indeed, many rumors agreed that a new keynote was going to take place in this first quarter of 2022. Finally, the rumors in the hallway were right.
Apple has just sent the first invitations for a brand new conference scheduled for March 8, 2022. As is the “tradition” since the start of the pandemic, Apple has decided to continue on the path of the exclusively digital event. No public therefore for this conference which will be recorded and broadcast from Apple Park located at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino.
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Apple confirms its 1st keynote on March 8, 2022
As announced by Apple in its invitation, the manufacturer promises that “the performance” will come on stage. As per usual, the apple brand is still as mysterious on the content of this keynote. Greg Joswiak, Senior Vice President responsible for marketing, contented himself with posting a short video on Twitter in which we can admire the Apple logo in a new “rainbow” animation.
But precisely, what can we expect from this conference? First, we could see the iPhone SE 3 5G, the manufacturer’s new affordable smartphone. Of course, the main novelty of the device is the support for 5G. We should find a design quite similar to previous models with a TouchID fingerprint reader housed in the Home button, wide borders and an LCD screen and not OLED. In addition, the manufacturer could put under the hood its latest in-house A15 Bionic SoC, the processor that powers the latest iPhone 13.
We could also discover the Apple Watch Series 8, alongside a new Apple Watch SE and a brand new model dedicated to extreme sports. Finally, Apple could lift the veil on its new Macs expected in 2022, and in particular the new generation of 13″ MacBook Pro with an M2 chip.