At Apple's event on May 7, six art icons Tim Cook hinted at the new Apple Pencil

Apple is promoting its upcoming “Let's Lose” event using six artistic icons amid anticipation of the announcement of a new Apple Pencil.


Six different logos rotate randomly during refresh Apple's homepage. In 2018, Apple promoted its “Still in the works” event to introduce a radically redesigned iPad Pro and the second-generation Apple Pencil using more than 350 one-of-a-kind Apple logos.

The artistic logos refer to the illustration and graphic design capabilities of the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, both of which are expected to receive a significant hardware update at the event. The main artwork used to promote the event is the 'Apple Pencil' and Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted at the importance of the accessory for the event in a new post on X (formerly Twitter) today:

Two new iPad Air models and a redesigned Magic Keyboard accessory are also expected to be unveiled at the event.

Apple's May 7 event will be held at 7 a.m. Pacific (10 a.m. Eastern) and will be streamed live on apple.com and YouTube. A private component was not mentioned in the invitation to the event, which Apple invited the media to watch online along with the general public.

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