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The March Apple event didn't happen as rumored, but April's still on the table

Leaks about a March 23 Apple event didn't pan out, but now we think we could see new products as soon as April.

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Apple's next product announcement event is expected to take place on March 23.

Apple had been expected to hold its next big event earlier this week, according to Apple leaker Jon Prosser. The product announcement, which could have included devices such as the long-rumored smart tracker tag, the AirPods 3 or an iPad Pro update, was rumored to be taking place Tuesday, March 23. But a subsequent report cast doubt on that rumor, pointing to an April iPad unveiling instead.

Apple's next-gen earbuds will reportedly look more like the AirPods Pro and come with spatial audio support and touch controls. On Monday, though, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said new AirPods may not become available until the third quarter of this year.

The company's rumored AirTags tracking devices were expected to be announced in 2020, but have so far remained off the table at Apple events. Last fall, Apple unveiled a new line of Macs powered by its own in-house M1 chips, the iPhone 12 lineup, the Apple Watch 6 and several new iPads.

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Apple is also rumored to be working on an AR/VR headset and smart glasses. Apple recently revealed it has discontinued the iMac Pro.

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Apple didn't respond to a request for comment.

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