Apple will launch the iPhone 14 on September 7
Expect the iPhone 14 to be the star of the show.
Get your wallets ready because the next Apple Event will fall on September 7. The first fall season event is always iPhone launch day, and this year is no exception.
Apple sent out invitations for an in-person event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, and branded the event with a “Far Out” theme, reports Bloomberg.
The event kicks off at 10 A.M. PT / 1 P.M EST and will stream live via the company’s website.
That means we’ve got a couple of weeks before discovering if all of the leaks about the iPhone 14 range are true.
So, we expect the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max to be shown off. But what else should Apple fans expect?
What we expect from the upcoming Apple Event
The Apple Watch Series 8 would be a strong contender, as Apple often releases them side-by-side with the iPhone. We’ll also see the latest software in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS Ventura.
Apple is also working on low-end iPads, iPad Pro refreshes, and new Macs. Will these make an appearance at the September event, or will there be another event later in the year?
At the end of the day, this event is about the iPhone. It makes up over half of Apple’s sales by dollar value. A staggering 52.5 percent of Apple’s revenue was from the iPhone last year, dwarfing any of its other products, physical or virtual.
Apple doesn’t see that slowing down with the iPhone 14. The company has reportedly told suppliers to keep devices coming while the smartphone market cools off.
The release of the new iPhone and iOS brings many changes and new functionality that transform the user experience. For instance, the photo cutout option improves photo editing apps for social media.
It also brings new standards for iOS software development since each apple update or event defines the new industry benchmark and sets new customer expectations.
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