After presenting a collection of speculations on Apple’s 2022 lineup, it’s time to think about when the first Cupertino keynote of 2022 will be held and what devices will be presented to you. The MacRumors portal, which also analyzed the “history” of the Apple’s spring ads, is the one that brings back indiscretions and conjectures.
Last year, Apple held an event on April 20th, announcing the AirTags, the new iPad Pros and iMac M1s from 24″, along with the new generation Apple TV 4K and the Purple coloring of iPhone 12 and In 2020 there was no spring keynote of Cupertino, almost certainly because of Coronavirus, but there are good reasons to believe that the development of the pandemic situation will allow, in 2022, its regular development.
Looking back at the previous years, iPad Air and iPad Mini 2019 and iMac 21.5″ and 27″ were shown in 2019, along with the second generation AirPods. Later in the same month, Cupertino’s home held an event focused only on digital services such as Apple Arcade, Apple TV+ and Apple News+, which should not happen again this year. Finally, in 2018 Apple announced the HomePod, the first iPad entry level and the coloring (PRODUCT) Red of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
In 2022, following this trend, the new iPhone SE 3 5G, which should have an A15 Bionic chipset, the same as the iPhone 13, could be presented at the spring keynote. According to several insiders, iPhone SE 3 will be released in March, so a presentation of it at Cupertino’s spring keynote seems obvious.
But the new iMac Pros from 27″ will be playing the lion at Apple’s keynote in March or April: we know that iMac Pros will arrive in 2022 and that they will have an M1 chipset, although it is still unclear whether it is According to the leader Dylandkt, iMac Pro will also have an identical design to the iMac 24″ of 2021, also presented during the keynote of April.
Finally, Apple could also showcase a new Mac Mini with M1 Pro or M1 Max chips, which could be the “lesser” announcement of the conference. This would also lead the compact Mac high-end configurations to make the switch to Apple Silicon, after the Mac Mini M1 “enty level” came out in November 2020.