Apple event 2024: What to expect

Mark Gurman says iPad Pro might be powered by M4 chip and accompany OLED displays coupled with a new thinner chassis
An undated image of Apple logo. — Unsplash
An undated image of Apple logo. — Unsplash

We're just one day ahead of Apple's first and most-awaited product event as Apple's Let Loose event has been announced to be held on May 7 2024 (tomorrow).

Since this event's name is something which makes it harder for a layman to get an idea of what it is about, it is also referred to as Apple event 2024 colloquially.

With the time approaching fast towards the inauguration of Apple event 2024, the desperation of Apple aficionados is making waves on the internet.

Apple event 2024 iPad

Since Apple event 2024 rumours are primarily revolving around the arrival of a new iPad lineup, the company is expected to bring to light an iPad Pro and an iPad Air.

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Unlike the iPad AI — which is expected to be equipped with the company's flagship M2 chip while featuring a 12.9-inch big screen — the iPad Pro has been tipped to be powered by Apple's top-of-the-line M4 chip and accompany OLED displays coupled with a new thinner chassis.

The following insights have been teased by Mark Gurman, a proficient tipster and a Bloomberg correspondent who covers extensively about tech sphere. 

Alongside the new iPad Pro and iPad Air lineup, Apple is also expected to unveil new generations of the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil, the latter featuring a new squeeze gesture with haptic feedback.

Apple's new iPad series

The introduction of the M4 chip in the iPad Pro is expected to demonstrate Apple's strengths in on-device artificial intelligence capabilities, along with improvements to CPU and GPU performance. However, fans must wait until the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June to see what new AI features will be incorporated.

Apple's Let Loose event schedule

Apple's May 7 event is scheduled for 7 AM Pacific Time. Apple might as well experiment with the format to see when it can catch up the biggest chunk of Apple freaks out there.