Apple has just stated that it will have a press event on September 7 at 1 p.m. ET to introduce new iPhones. The debut event will be broadcast live on Apple’s website. Since the onset of the COVID pandemic in 2020, Apple has hosted virtual pre-recorded launch events. Apple is also encouraging individuals to attend the unveiling at its Cupertino, California headquarters.
Apple may also unveil new Apple Watch and AirPods models at the event. The corporation is also rumoured to be working on new Mac and iPad models, which are sometimes announced during a separate October event.
Apple is scheduled to announce four new iPhone models, most notably the iPhone 14. The new handsets will have enhanced cameras, and the more costly iPhone 14 Pro models may have a smaller pill-shaped cutout on the top of the device’s display, rather than the “notch” found on current iPhones, as well as always-on displays.
Analysts will look closely at the prices of Apple’s new products to see if the company raised prices during a time of high inflation and uncertain supply chains.
Apple may also unveil new Apple Watch models, most likely dubbed the Series 8. According to Bloomberg, Apple plans to create a more expensive and durable “pro” version as well. Reports say that Apple could put a body temperature sensor in its models this year to track sleep and fertility.
Apple also released a new version of iOS for iPhones following its September presentation. This year’s update lets you change your phone’s lock screen and lets you unsend or change iMessages.