The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has left many lasting legacies. He's credited with reinventing the cellphone with iPhone and convincing people that computer tablets weren't only practical but cool.
Another lasting legacy is the product rollout as a full-scale production. For instance, last September Apple CEO Tim Cook (photo above) and other executives spent a day introducing the world to its newest, shiniest, coolest devices.
That included the iPhone 6s, and its 3D Touch and Live Photos, and Apple's biggest tablet, the iPad Pro. Like that event, Apple's upcoming March event has been preceded with a lot of speculation about which new devices Apple will roll out, and when.
The when, as it turns out, is March 15. Multiple sources are saying that's the day Apple will introduce a new iPhone and a new iPad.
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