Apple Sets Date For Its Annual Spring Product Launch

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Apple has announced that it will host its annual spring product launch on Tuesday, March 8.

The event will take place at 10: 00 Pacific Time at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California.

The event will be a purely digital meeting, to which no media representatives are invited, due to the ongoing public health crisis.

Among the devices the company will be unveiling at the event are a low-cost version of its popular 5G iPhone, a new version of the iPad Air and a high-end Mac Mini.

The new phone would be the first update to the iPhone SE model in two years. Some of the rumored components include an improved camera and a faster processor.

There will be no design changes for the next generation of the iPad Air, but a faster chip and 5G connectivity. There could also be a new FaceTime camera that supports Center Stage.

For more information, read the original story in Reuters. 

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