Apple's March Event - Here are 3 Products to Get Excited For

Apple's March Event - Here are 3 Products to Get Excited For

Apple's March Event - Here are 3 Products to Get Excited For

The Cupertino-based company on Friday sent out invitations to an education-focused press event that'll take place on March 27 at a high school in Chicago. Whether Apple plans to take on that market with a new product, or just service it with iPads, is unclear. The event is being hosted at Lane Tech College Prep high school in Chicago, so it's a safe bet it'll be education focused.

In typical Apple fashion, the event's invitation doesn't offer any details about the impending announcements.

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Apple declined to talk about the event. In the past, Apple's March events have resulted in some new devices, like the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but it's an event not known for revealing ground-breaking product news, especially when it's so close to Apple's big WWDC conference in June.

Microsoft attempted to recover some of the market with an education-focused event previous year, and the launch of the Surface Laptop, but that still costs considerably more than most Chromebooks. In 2012, Apple held an event in New York City to talk about education, where it unveiled its iBooks 2 platform, its tool for making and publishing books online, but even that event was all about the iPad. (Currently, only iPad Pro models are compatible with the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.) Other rumors put forth the idea that Apple will finally replace the aging MacBook Air, which is still popular among students due to its $999 price.

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