Apple’s 4-inch iPhone media event to be held on March 21st, not March 15th

iPhone 6s with Apple Watch

The rumored March 15th media event from Apple will now reportedly take place in the week beginning March 21st, if sources of Re/code are to be believed. The publication’s sources cannot confirm if the event has been postponed by Apple or that the week beginning March 21st was the original intended schedule from Apple.

The publication has confirmed this news from “several sources” and looking at its past record, it is likely that the event from Apple will now take place sometime on or after March 21st.

In a separate report, BuzzFeed reporter John Paczkowski has also received information from his sources, who reveal that the event will be smaller than Apple’s last event where it had unveiled the iPhone 6s. This presumably means that the event will be held at Apple’s Town Hall in Cupertino, where the company usually holds most of its events. His sources also claim that the event will take place on March 21st itself — just a day before Apple is set to fight the FBI in court.

Apple is expected to unveil quite a lot of new devices at this event. This includes the iPad Air 3 or the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, whatever the company decides to call it, a new 4-inch iPhone for emerging markets like India and China, and Skylake powered MacBooks.

[Via Re/code, BuzzFeed]