Apple Event Spring 2022: iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5 and more
Rumour has said that Apple will announce new gadgets in 2022 during its next big event, which might take place this spring. Apple is expected to unveil a number of new devices in March and April, including an improved iPhone SE, an updated iPad Air and more.
Apple Event Spring 2022 date
March 8 is the speculated date of this event. It is likely to be streamed online from Apple Park in 2021, like all of Apple’s other online events.
Apple Event Spring 2022: iPhone SE 3
A 5G-capable iPhone SE 3 with the A15 Bionic chip could be on the way at this event. The company’s entry-level iPhone is expected to continue to start under USD 400.
Apple is expected to continue with the iPhone SE 3’s design, which resembles the iPhone 8 with Touch ID and large bezels. In fact, this design dates back to 2014 as it debuted with the iPhone 6.
On a more optimistic note, the new SE phone could possibly use the iPhone XR’s chassis, but this has just been suggested in concept images.The cameras on the iPhone SE 3 are still a mystery to us. This phone should have night mode and a better selfie camera, or maybe, the single primary sensor of the smartphone could be borrowed from the iPhone 13.
Another contradicting report suggests that Apple is expected to name this gadget the iPhone SE Plus 5G, which will retain the present design of the iPhone SE while boosting its specifications significantly. Oddly enough, the phone will continue with the smaller 4.7-inch display despite the ‘Plus’ suffix.
Apple Event Spring 2022: iPad Air 5
Apple isn’t known for holding a single-device event. According to the Eurasian Economic Commission, several Apple tablets, including the iPad Air 5, have received regulatory certification in Eurasia.
Apple’s A15 Bionic chip could be included in this iPad Air update, as could 5G connectivity. The tablet’s front-facing camera could also be improved by Apple. OLED was previously rumoured to be an option for the iPad Air 5, but more recently, an analyst has confirmed that the new tablet will stick to LCD.
Also, we’d love to see a USB-C connector on the iPad Air 5, but hey, let’s not get too optimistic here!