iPad Pros and new iMacs are expected in the Spring Loaded event.

The Apple Store sitemap page currently displays an icon that says “will be back soon.” Unlike previous events, the main store page is not down, or at least hasn’t been deleted yet.

The lack of site maps was the first. I found 8 bits. The rest of the stores will follow soon as well. Apple’s Spring Loaded event kicks off today at 10:00 AM PDT. We look forward to an update to the iPad Pro and iMac lines. Other rumors include the long-awaited launch of the AirTags tracker, cheap iPad and iPad mini updates, and a new subscription service for Podcasts+.

Normally on the day of the event, Apple deletes all shopping pages from its online store. However, for now, you can still use the purchase page for Apple devices such as iPhones and Macs. It’s just a sitemap that’s currently disabled. Expect the rest of the site to follow in the next hour or so.

As an interesting historical point, there were times when Apple forgot to delete the sitemap. This led to a somewhat embarrassing leak that year’s iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 announcements.

There will be a major update to the iPad Pro lineup for the April event. The iPad Pro 2021 features an updated processor and a Thunderbolt USB-C connector. The larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro is expected to be equipped with a new small LED display to provide better contrast and higher brightness levels.

Many people look forward to the release of the Apple Silicon iMac at this event. This iMac is believed to feature a radical body redesign backed by the latest silicon dedicated to Apple’s CPU/GPU, as well as thinner edges and flatter sides.

The launch of AirTags, Apple’s long-awaited competitor to the Tile tracker, is also rumored. More AirTags accessories appear as we’ve already seen it. Before the event procedure.

IOS 14.5 will finally set a release date and will come with new service announcements. Podcast + Subscription Service It’s one of the last minute rumors about the table.

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