In typical Apple fashion, the event's invitation doesn't offer any details about the impending announcements.
Apple began sending out invitations today for an event that the company will be holding on March 27 in Chicago.
This time, however, Apple will not be hosting the event in California, instead opting for Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. Last year, for instance, it released Product RED versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, along with new Apple Watch bands and a $329 iPad.
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As far as what else we know about the Apple education event at this point, it's likely that it has to do with increased support of Apple products for educational purposes. While we haven't seen an event in this same vein recently, something of this sort of structure is par for the course for Apple. But on the other hand, we've been hearing rumors of new iPads being in the works, and an education-oriented event seems fit for their announcement.
Media invites were just sent out with that date and the tagline "let's take a field trip", as well as a promise that any new devices will focus on "creative new ideas for teachers and students". (Although, it didn't have the Pro's True Tone technology.) This year Apple could release an even cheaper iPad that costs under $300.