First Apple Event of 2022 announced, livestream set on 8 March 2022


Due to the current world events, it almost seemed like Apple pulled out its first quarterly event without announcing anything but here it is. The company's first event has been officially announced and will begin on 8 March at 10 AM Pacific Time at the Steve Jobs Theater in California.

Despite being held at the Apple Park Campus, it will still be an online event because of the ongoing pandemic. But what can we expect to see at the livestream? Well, rumours have pointed several possibilities. This includes the 3rd-Gen iPhone SE, a new iPad Air and perhaps a brand new Mac with an Apple silicon processor.

According to popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he said that the 3rd-Gen iPhone SE shouldn't have a lot of changes from its predecessor. Upgraded specs should be an A15 Bionic chipset and could be Apple's most affordable 5G iPhone. That goes the same for the new iPad Air alongside an upgraded FaceTime camera with Centre Stage support.

On the other hand, there could be a higher Mac mini variant with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors. We may even see a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 processor but those are just speculations for now. So do take them with a pinch of salt until the official news coverage next week.

As always, you can check out the Apple livestream event on the company's official website or YouTube. In Malaysia's timing, it starts at 2:00 AM, Thursday (there goes our sleepless night haha) so stay tuned for more trending tech news at