Apple event pushed to March 21, 4-inch iPhone 5se, new iPad Pro expected

Apple fans are eagerly waiting for the much anticipated devices including the 4-inch iPhone 5se which is set for launch on Apple event, scheduled in March. The Apple media event, which was first reported to be held in mid-March is now delayed, first to March 18 and now to March 21.

Still there are conflicting reports suggesting either the event will be held on March 21 or in the week starting from March 21. But in either case you will be getting the first official look into the much anticipated Apple devices by the end of March. It is also reported that the event will be on a smaller scale with just a few but important announcement, probably at Appleā€™s Cupertino campus.

For those who have missed the updates, Apple is going to introduce few good things including the much anticipated 4-inch iPhone, which will be named as iPhone 5se. The 4-inch iPhone 5se has been reported with different details. But on the top, it will revive an older design concept with latest processing components and trending features including NFC connectivity for Apple Pay.

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Next to the 4-inch iPhone 5se the rumors have suggested a new iPad Pro to join the March event. As per the speculations the next iPad Pro will also include the latest processing specs but in a reduced size against its predecessor. The size of front panel will be reduced from 12-inch to 9.7-inches on the new iPad Pro but the chipset will remain the same A9X.

The 9.7-inch iPad Pro will carry the Smart Connector and also a new Smart Keyboard to fit with the smaller size. The Apple Watch is also expected to get Space Black Milanese Loop and some new bands at the event. As per the reports, the Apple event is weeks ahead meanwhile taking up the hints from rumors we can draw up the sketch of the next in iPhone.

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