Apple announced today that it will be holding a special event on Tuesday, September 14 at 10:00 AM PDT. The event will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus in Cupertino, California, as well as WWDC and last fall’s events.
This new event will be digital and will not be personally invited to the media. Apple will likely provide pre-recorded segments for each new product announced. The event last September focused on the Apple Watch after the iPhone was delayed until October, but things are back to normal this year. We expect Apple to announce new iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7 and possibly AirPods 3.
There will also be new MacBook Pros and new iPads, but Apple is expected to be holding a number of events this fall. We are unlikely to see this in September.
Everyone wants to know what’s going on with Apple’s next big event, so we’ve put together this guide, which explains what awaits us and what we hope to see there, as well as a summary of what has happened in the past so you can support us. expected. Apple’s next confirmed event will take place on September 14th with the memorable title “California Streaming”.
The event is expected to include the launch of the iPhone 13, AirPods 3 and Apple Watch Series 7. It will be televised like all of Apple’s recent events. And we’ll have a channel right here, or you can watch it on Apple.com or Apple’s YouTube channel.
There will likely be another Apple event before the end of 2021 besides this, but dust will still stop on the iPhone before it becomes official; You can read more about what we expect from him below. In this guide, we’ll be comparing likely products against leaked facts and rumors (or are they just normal events where the payoff probably won’t change). all notifications. Of course, you also want to put out multiple releases without spending money on all the keynotes, but for fans who are wondering when to expect something big, they help: you get an idea of what’s going on. Of course, get more official information or rumors about the event and we’ll let you know if the event is actually officially scheduled by Apple or just waiting.