So a lot of us, I’m not excluded are guessing what we should expect from the apple Event this September. Now that we’re officially into the month of September, and guess what the launch of Apple’s fall products is closer than ever before.
This year, we expect Apple to unveil the iPhone 13 lineup and the Apple Watch Series 7, while there are also new iPad and Macs on the horizon as well.
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Although we are guessing what to expect, truth is that apple only disclosed the date for the event and not the products they are releasing as they want it to come as a surprise.
What Can We Expect At Apple’s September Event
So what exactly can we expect this September as Apple has officially announced it will hold a special “California streaming” event in September. As with most tech showcases and conferences at the moment, Apple’s event will be virtual, with no one invited to attend in person due to the ongoing pandemic.
Apple Event Details Confirmation
Apple this week officially confirmed its highly-anticipated September event for September 14 which is just a day away. The event will take place at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET and will be completely virtual due to the pandemic. Apple is teasing the event with the tagline: “California Dreaming.”
You’ll be able to stream the event through Apple’s website, Apple’s YouTube channel, and through the Apple TV application on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
What We Should Expect
Well according to the rumors, we guessing the things Apple is likely to release are listed below;
iPhone 13; unlike last year, which saw the iPhone 12 suffer from a delayed-release in October and November, the iPhone 13 is believed to be on track for an announcement and release in September. What can you expect from the iPhone 13 this year?
As of now, rumors suggest that the iPhone 13 will be similar in design to the iPhone 12, but with a smaller notch. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are expected to feature notable camera improvements, as well as ProMotion displays with 120Hz refresh rate support.
Apple Watch Series 7; the Apple Watch Series 7 is expected to bring a major redesign to Apple’s wearable for the first time since 2018. Rumors indicate that this year’s Apple Watch will feature a flat-edged design and be available in new 41mm and 45mm sizes, up from 40mm and 44mm. We expect it to be announced at Apple’s September event.
While health features are a major selling point of the Apple Watch, we aren’t expecting any major updates in this department this year. Apple is said to be working on updates to existing features, including blood oxygen measurement and irregular heart rhythm notifications.
IPad Mini and Entry-Level IPad; while the iPad Pro was updated earlier this year with the M1 chip and other upgrades, Apple still has two other new iPad in the works for this year. 9to5Mac has reported that Apple is preparing a new iPad mini powered by the same A15 processor as the iPhone 13, as well as a new entry-level iPad with an A13 chip inside.
Apple clearly has a lot in store for the month of September after a quiet July and August. You can check for more details by simply clicking here.