iPhone 9: official presentation on March 31 despite coronavirus

iPhone SE2 or Apple iPhone 9

The iPhone 9 would be presented during a keynote on March 31, 2020, reveal several leaks. Despite the coronavirus epidemic in China, Apple would also unveil a new generation of iPad Pro and Macbook at the conference. These new products should hit the market in early April.

iPhone 9 (aka iPhone SE 2)

The coronavirus epidemic will have no impact on the launch schedule of the iPhone 9 (iPhone SE 2). This is according to reports from our colleagues from Bloomberg. Despite the slowdown in its Chinese production lines in February, Apple would unveil its new iPhone at the end of March 2020. Ming-Chi Kuo, a famous specialist analyst, agrees.

In an article published this February, the German site iPhone-ticker expects a keynote on March 31, 2020. The iPhone 9 would then hit the market on Friday, April 3. This calendar coincides with the habits of the Californian brand.

On the price side, rumors suggest a starting price of 399 dollars in the United States. To limit costs and reduce the selling price of the iPhone, Apple would bet on an LCD screen and the return of the Touch ID fingerprint reader. The firm would also recycle the iPhone 8 chassis design.

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iPhone 9

A new generation of iPad Pro, new macbook Air and more

The latest news is that Apple could take advantage of the event to announce a new generation of iPad Pro with a triple camera sensor similar to that of the iPhone 11 Pro. Again, the coronavirus epidemic should not upset the plans of the Cupertino company.

In the process, Tim Cook could also lift the veil on a wireless charging base intended to compensate for the setback of the AirPower, new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro and the AirTags, trackers for locating objects (keys as example) using Bluetooth. We tell you more as soon as possible about Apple’s plans and the upcoming event.

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