With several products expected to be released before WWDC 2024, it’s a shame that Apple might not hold a March event. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Cupertino plans to announce its upcoming products with several press releases and marketing videos instead of a keynote.

Although a keynote was never rumored, Apple does typically host a press conference in March. I think this change might hint at a mild update for those waiting for a new iPad Pro and the M3 MacBook Air.

In addition, if Apple considered that scary fast event for the Mac and the M3 lineup worth it, well, I have some bad news for you.

I really wanted this new iPad Pro to be the ultimate Apple tablet

In the last Apple event of 2023, the company announced new MacBook Pro models and the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max processors. While I think that keynote existed to show the power of the pro recording capabilities of the iPhone 15, if these upcoming products aren’t enough just to be shown off in a dedicated presentation, they might be too mild.


Personally, that’s a shame because I was really hoping to buy this OLED iPad Pro. With a 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd gen) with me for years, I thought this could be the year I’d finally upgrade to a new Pro model.

Apple iPad ProImage source: Christian de Looper for BGR

Several changes are expected for this tablet related to its design, processor, camera capabilities, and even accessories. Unfortunately, one thing isn’t changing, and I keep making myself forget about that: iPadOS.

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