We are days away from Apple’s March 27th special event in Chicago, which will be an education-themed event. The presentation will be held at Lane Tech College Prep High School, but this time around, Apple is kickin’ it old school and won’t be live streaming the event.
Instead, as per the updated Apple Events app, users will be able to watch the special event “after it concludes”. So while there won’t be a live stream, you’ll still be able to watch the announcements in its entirety online.
The URL used by the Apple Events TV app for the Tuesday event contains the SHA1 hash for "Wildcat". Wildcat was the codename for iPhone OS 3.2, the firmware the original iPad ran.
— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) March 23, 2018
Apple is expected to announce new iPads geared towards education, which are said to be lower cost in nature, plus rumoured to support Apple Pencil. We could even see some ‘red’ iPhones debut, which could be (PRODUCT)RED models.
When the special event concludes on Tuesday, we can probably expect the final release of iOS 11.3 for the general public. We’ll be sure to provide everyone with all the updates during and after the event, as always.