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The Apple March 2022 event is set to go live on 8 March. So what should you know if you want to tune in yourself?
The event will be livestreamed on Apple’s website at 10am PST, which is 8pm South African time.
You can tune in on the Apple events website once the stream goes live, as well as the local Apple website. If you don’t tune in live, the Apple events website will also likely have a recap, as it has for previous events.
However, if you have the Apple TV app, you will also be able to watch the stream through that.
What is Apple likely to announce at the March 2022 event?
If we base announcement predictions on last year’s April keynote, we could be looking at updates to some device ranges as well as software offerings.
Keynotes around this time of year usually include a few new hardware products or new colour variants of iPhones.
Some publishers are predicting a new iPhone SE. With many countries facing increasing inflation, a more affordable iPhone entry would definitely be welcomed by consumers.
However, Apple has been tight-lipped on what it will unveil at the event.
Email invites to the event reveal very few details about what the company will launch.
Predictions do not always pan out, however. Meanwhile, ongoing chip shortages and the pandemic have changed up launch schedules and strategies for many companies.
The only way to really find out what Apple is announcing is to tune into the event.
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