Apple Reportedly Cancels March 31 Launch Event Due To Coronavirus

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From the last few weeks, Apple was gearing up to launch its upcoming products like its Aplple iPhone 9, new generation iPad Pro,  and a few other devices. However, it looks like the company is going to cancel its plan to host the event due to the Cornavirus concern.

Apple was reportedly forced to change its plan and cancel the March launch event because of the coronavirus outbreak. As per the report, while the event has been cancelled, the company has just postponed the announcement and release date of the upcoming iPhone 9.

This new comes of Apple canceling the March 31st event comes after the Santa Clara County has temporarily banned mass gatherings of people due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the region. The company was expected to host the event at Santa Clara County. 

Apple also reportedly considered holding the event elsewhere or announcing the new products through an online-only press event. However, there is no details over its launch event or when the company will launch its upcoming products. But yes, it’s sure that the new devices are getting launched in a few weeks.

As for the iPhone 9, it seems that the coronavirus outbreak has really impacted the smartphone’s production and supply chain. It is now being reported that the device could get launched in June this year or could get further delayed, depending on the situation.

In addition to this, some reports claimed that the Apple’s flagship models of iPhone 12 will also be delayed to launch due to this coronavirus concern. As of now, the iPhone 12 models are expected to launch during September to October. However, it can be delayed further upto November or Decemeber. 

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