On September 7, Apple will have a debut event, and it will be broadcast live on its channels. The Cupertino firm has not provided specifics on the ‘Far Out’ event. However, the highly anticipated iPhone 14 series will be introduced during this presentation. In addition, there have been rumblings that WHo will unveil new iPad tablets and Watch Series 8 devices at this event. In addition to new hardware, Apple is expect to announce iOS 16 and watchOS 9, the following versions of its mobile operating systems for compatible iPhones and Apple Watches, respectively.
On Wednesday, Apple sent out invites to its upcoming ‘Far Out’ event on September 7. On September 7 at 10 am PT, the event will take place at the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, and broadcast live on the company’s website (10:30 pm IST).
Apple September 7 launch event: What to expect
It is expect that the debut of the iPhone 14 series will be the main attraction. Speculation has it that Apple will introduce the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 small, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max on September 7. There have been rumors that the 6.7-inch display of the iPhone 14 Max will replace the smaller 5.4-inch design factor. The new Apple A16 Bionic processor is also expect to include in the Pro variants. Who may use the current-generation A15 Bionic chips to power the non-pro models? At the same time, iOS 16, the newest version of Apple’s mobile operating system for the iPhone, unveil.
It’s common for Apple to introduce new accessories at the same time as a new iPhone model, and this year’s presentation is likely to be no different. Expectations are high that Apple will unveil the iPad 10.2 (10th generation), iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation), and iPad Pro 11 (4th generation) during this event. Apple’s A14 processor and a USB Type-C connector could make it into the entry-level iPad.
There are rumors of three new Series 8 Apple Watches in the pipeline. Regular model should contain women’s health features and a temperature sensor. This model may resemble Apple Watch Series 7. A Pro version may target athletes, according to reports. Also on the horizon is the possible release of Apple’s more budget-friendly Watch SE. During the event, Apple will likely unveil its new operating system, watchOS 9, which will power all of the company’s most current Apple Watch models.