Apple Let Loose event 2024: Magic Keyboard, Apple Pencil Pro might grab headlines

Rumours assure that Apple Pencil Pro will support Find My, haptic feedback, and Squeeze gesture
An undated image displaying Apple Magic Keyboard. — Pexels
An undated image displaying Apple Magic Keyboard. — Pexels

While Apple's Let Loose event is about to startle the entire tech world in a couple of hours, let's familiarise you with what's going to grab both headlines and a prime spot in the limelight.

Although it's been crystal clear that the event will majorly be focusing on iPad releases and launches, there's much more in the pipeline, as speculated by industry insiders.

If taken place, two of the disclosures and announcements that are expected to acquire the biggest chunk of attention are the upgraded iterations of Apple's Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil.

Apple Pencil Pro coming at Apple's Let Loose event

Conforming to the rumours circulating on the internet, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, wrote on X, "pencil us in," while making an announcement of the Apple May event.

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Moreover, when looked closely, the logo for Apple's Let Loose event showcases an eraser graphic, implying a Pencil. Other rumours assure that the Apple Pencil Pro, as it is being referred to, will support Find My, haptic feedback, and the Squeeze gesture.

New Magic Keyboard to release at Apple Let Loose event

The possibility of a new Magic Keyboard getting announced during Apple event 2024 is much higher as the accessory has been overdue for an update, and the event has extended an opportunity to the tech giant to fill the void.

The currently prevailed model of the keyboard does not lag behind what it's supposed to provide as it offers a good blend of functionality and aesthetics; however, the upgraded Magic Keyboard is expected to give way to a redesign, such as an aluminum base and a larger trackpad, whereas, other rumours suggest that the new Magic Keyboard will only be available for iPad Pro models.