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Apple Special Event June 5, 2017. Check out the full event with announcements including a new size for iPad Pro, performance boosts across the Mac family, and a breakthrough speaker with HomePod. Apple Special Event October 27, 2016.

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Here’s everything we know about Apple’s spring iPhone

Just how routine is a spring event for Apple? Apple could be saving iPad-specific features for a future build of iOS 10.3 or iOS 10.4 if not iOS 11 at WWDC 2017. Stay tuned to 9to5Mac

Apple spring 2017: Apple Store down as iPad & Red iPhone 7

What to expect at Apple’s spring 2017 event: Likely date. Apple’s spring event in 2015 took place on 9 March, a Monday. The company’s spring event the following year was on 21 March 2016, which

When is the next Apple launch event and what will be

What happened at Apple’s iPhone launch event in September 2017? Of course, Apple’s biggest reveal of the year came in September, with the launch of the iPhone 8 , iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X .

What to Expect from Apple’s 2017 Spring Event – iDrop News

While there was no spring event held in either 2013 or 2014, Apple had previously held special events back on March 2nd of 2011, and again on March 7th of 2012 — whereat Steve Jobs unveiled the

What is the Apple Spring event? New iPhone 7, iPhone SE

When will the Apple Spring event take place? The hotly anticipated event takes place in March each year, but a date for 2017 has not been confirmed. Apple’s spring event in 2015 took place on

The Apple Spring Event 2017 Might Not Be Held Until April

Mar 14, 2017 · The Apple spring event might not be held this month after all. Instead, the company might not announce new iPads until April, according to Digitimes.

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Apple’s event calendar: When is the next Apple event

Apple’s event calendar: When is the next Apple event? official gathering to show off new hardware and software until the spring of 2019, at the earliest. on this article and other Macworld