Three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and new iPhones in September. Bloomberg Mark Gorman Reports That this year’s iPhone event will take place on Wednesday, September 7.
According to Gurman, the non-professional iPhone 14 lineup will lose the small 5.4-inch screen size Apple has sold over the past two generations. Instead, the standard 6.1-inch model will be joined by a version with a large 6.7-inch screen, matching the screen size of the current iPhone Pro Max model. But these phones will also continue to use the current Apple A15 Bionic chip and will look similar to the iPhone 13 outwardly.
The iPhone 14 Pro is said to be even more exciting, as it replaces the current camera notch with a pair of punch-holes for the front camera and a FaceID scanner; Many Android phones have already switched to slots with similar holes to save screen space. The Pro phones will reportedly get a faster chip and a larger triple-lens camera array centered on a 48MP wide-angle camera as well as 12MP ultra-wide cameras and telephoto cameras.
The report says that Apple is also planning to introduce new Apple Watches. The Series 8 watches are said to include a standard model that is similar to the current Series 7 in addition A bigger and more solid titanium model has been rumored to be With longer battery life and additional fitness tracking features.
The base Apple Watch SE will reportedly receive a faster chip – the current SE uses the Apple S5, and a new chip could use the S6, S7 or a newer chip that hasn’t been announced yet. Hopefully, this new SE model will mean the end of the long-running Apple Watch Series 3, which the company has been still selling Although it won’t receive the watchOS 9 update this fall.
The September 7 announcement of new iPhones and watches could mean that at least some new devices will be available for purchase around the middle of the month, roughly coinciding with the release of iOS 16 — Gorman says Apple Store employees have been told to prepare for the September 16 launch.
Apple often holds an event focused on the iPad and Mac in October to complement the September event, which is when we can expect to see updates to those products and the release of macOS Ventura and It is said about the delay of iPadOS 16. Gurman predicts that we’ll finally see a USB-C version of the low-end iPad, the new M2-based iPad Pro, and an updated Mac mini and MacBook Pro before the end of the year.
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