Apple always takes great care in the way in which it announces launch events and, although practically all analysts placed the time of the announcement of new launches in April, nobody really had the convincing proof. But curiously, this time Siri has been the one who has given the good news to all who have wanted to ask her.
This is how they have discovered it some media from the USA who, when questioning the virtual assistant about when the next Californians event will be, has responded by giving precise data on the date and place of the event (the time is already known, 7pm in Spain). In this case, “The special event is Tuesday, April 20 at Apple Park in Cupertino, CA. You can get all the details at Apple.com. “So the countdown begins to guess what’s new.
Answers only in USA
It must be said that, if you try to ask the same question to Siri that we have with us in Spain and that he speaks Spanish, you will not get the same answer as it seems limited only to the US territory. In any case, with the current world panorama, it does not seem very easy to bypass the restrictions to end up going to California, even if we had an invitation, so the company has chosen to limit the diffusion of the ad to their country.
And that is another of the doubts that assail the message that Siri announces: Are we facing the first face-to-face event after the start of the pandemic in March 2020? Remember that from Apple they took the habit of offering canned events, already recorded, so publicizing a physical location can only mean that those of Tim Cook want to make their news official with attendees in the auditorium who will later be able to test the new products.
What there seems to be no doubt about is that one of the products that can be seen will be the new iPad Pro with its mini-LED screens that, surely, are going to be a revolution within all the ranges of devices of Californians. In addition to those tablets, Americans could unveil their long-awaited Airtags, those little gadgets that we can stick to clothes, house keys, bags or any other object with the mission of having them permanently located. A Search application (my iPhone) that in recent days has shown how, in addition to the Cupertino’s own devices, it will allow the entry of third-party models that want to use that platform within iOS.