The wait is finally about to over as the US-based tech giant Apple is all set to live stream its first big launch of 2022 in a matter of a couple of hours. At the event titled “Peek Performance,” the brand is expected to announce a new iPhone SE model with 5G capabilities, a new iPad Air, a Studio Display, and more. Here are all the details on Apple’s March 8 “Peak Performance” event, including its Indian timing, ways to watch the live stream, and expected products.
How to Watch Apple March 8 Event in India
Apple’s “Peek Performance” event on March 8 will be an online-only event, similar to other Apple events held in the past two years. The first Apple event of 2022 will be live-streamed on various platforms starting at 11:30 p.m. (IST) in India.
You can watch the live streaming of the Apple event on Apple’s website, Apple TV app, or you can watch it on Apple’s YouTube channel by clicking here. The product launch events from Apple usually last around 1.5 hours. If you cannot watch the entire event, do check out OyPrice for a quick summary of the event.
What to Expect From the Apple Event
There’s a strong possibility that Apple will unveil the new iPhone SE model with 5G support. The device is expected to have no design changes. But, it will come with the latest A15 Bionic chip and improved cameras. The company is also expected to uncover the fifth-generation iPad Air. Again, there will be no changes to the design department, but A15 Bionic, 5G support, and an improved selfie camera are on the cards.
Many leaks suggest that Apple might announce a green colour version of the iPhone 13. Also, a purple iPad Air is expected at today’s event. The US-based tech giant is also rumoured to announce a new Macbook Air and MacBook Pro with the M2 chipset. There’s no solid base supporting this rumour, and therefore, we might or might not see the M2 chip at the event.
Apple is also expected to announce the Studio Display and Mac Studio. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company is also working on an upgraded Mac mini. But, there’s no word on whether it will be announced at the March 8 event, or Apple has reserved this for the next big launch event, which usually happens in September or October.
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