Everything we know about Apple’s unexpected March 25 event

Donna Miller
March 17, 2019

Don't expect any of these new iPad to show up at Apple's March 25 product event. The invitation included the teaser line: "It's show time", hinting at the news. However, it is possible that the company might unveil the rumored 5th generation iPad mini, AirPods 2, and AirPower wireless charging mat.

Apple finally started sending invites to the press on Monday to the company's spring event, which usually takes place at the end of March.

The company previously used "It's show time" tag for an event in September 2006 where it introduced movies on iTunes, along with the first iTV revelation (which would be swapped with Apple TV in 2007).

As we inch closer to the expected March 25 reveal of Apple's new video streaming service, one of the biggest questions that's remained open is exactly how the new service will be shaping up and what we can expect to see as part of the initial launch.

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Companies in Apple's supply chain are reportedly "gearing up for mass production" of new iPads and AirPods.

The TV service is expected to launch globally, an ambitious move to rival services from Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Video. Apple usually launches products and services in the month period after the event. Tim Cook's company is also expected to announce an Apple News subscription initiative created to appeal to those who are happy to bypass a pay-wall for their curated daily news fix.

While we don't know precisely how Apple's streaming service will look until that March 25th showcase, it's very likely to get its hooks into almost all of the company's media-consuming hardware, from iPhone to Apple TV.

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