Apple's March media event pushed back one week: Report

Apple's rumored media event has been pushed back one week, according to reports from often-correct sources. The company is expected to debut a new iPad and iPhone.
Written by Jake Smith, Contributor

Apple's rumored spring media event -- originally believed to be March 15 -- has been pushed back a week, according to Kara Swisher of Recode.

It's not clear why Apple has delayed the event, but it will now take place the week of March 21, the publication reports.

Specifically, BuzzFeed reports the event will take place on March 21 at Apple's Townhall at its Cupertino, California campus.

Tim Cook and other senior executives are expected to announce 9.7-inch iPad Pro replacing the iPad Air line, a budget iPhone, and new bands for the Apple Watch.

Things often change in the Apple rumor mill, so the date change doesn't come as a huge surprise.

Korean website KG News first reported the date change earlier this week.

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