The next volley of aluminum, glass, and white plastic is almost upon us. Apple has set a date and time for its next special event: Monday, March 9 at 10 AM, PDT.
The invite doesn't say much about what to expect; even the "Spring Forward" name is unusually cryptic. Luckily, the ever-vibrant Apple rumor mill is always there to lend a hand.
According to AppleInsider, the event's name refers to the daylight savings time switch. That means we'll likely hear more about the Apple Watch—though the device itself reportedly won't hit stores until April.
Apple could also announce some new MacBooks at the event. Given the recent introduction of Intel's Broadwell-U processors, that seems almost overdue. I guess we'll find out whether those leaked pictures of the 12" MacBook Air were genuine.
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