Today, Apple said that its next event will take place on September 7 at its facility in Apple Park. The event will be live broadcast on YouTube and the company’s website and will begin at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.
The September event would focus on new iPhone models. A plus-sized iPhone 14 Plus/Max that has the same features as the iPhone 14 but has the same proportions as the iPhone 14 Pro Max is new for this year. The iPhone mini will be replaced by this model in the range.
The pill-shaped cutout is anticipated to replace the existing notch on the 2018 iPhones’ display. Even if the notch’s size did decrease last year, it is still rather large—possibly the biggest on a production phone right now. The redesigned pill-shaped design reduces visible bulk while keeping all the sensors required for Face ID to function.
An always-on display would also be new for the iPhone this year, however it is anticipated that it would only be offered on the Pro versions. The next-generation A16 CPU is reportedly only available on the Pro versions, with the regular models continuing to use the A14. The Pro versions’ cameras are anticipated to increase to 48MP as well. A new autofocus front camera will be added to all models in the meantime.
The new Apple Watch Series 8 would debut at the same time as the new iPhones. It is anticipated to come in two different versions: basic and Pro, with Pro featuring a bigger display, a tough titanium body, and shatter-resistant glass. A body temperature sensor is also believed to be included in the Pro model.
Updated iPad Pro versions may potentially be unveiled by Apple, although they are more likely to be revealed at the October presentation along with any Mac changes.
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