All eyes are on Apple! Fans of the brand can heave a sigh of relief, as Apple seems to have finalised the dates of its next big event. According to noted tech journalist Mark Gurman, Apple is reportedly aiming to launch its latest line of smartphones on September 7. The new products will hit the stores later in September.
While it is well known that the brand launches a slew of devices along with its flagship smartphones, this time too Apple will stick to its routine. Gurman has stated that the event will include the launch of several new Macs, iPads, and three Apple Watch models.
In his article, Gurman went on to suggest that Apple was gearing up for the much-awaited launch at a time when the smartphone sales were plummeting across the world. Regardless, Apple has been doing well when it comes to sales compared to its contemporaries. iPhone sales in last quarter have been impressive and Apple reportedly has told suppliers that it does not anticipate any fall in demand.
What To Expect
The iPhone 14 line-up is expected to feature four new models – the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. This year the tech giant has decided to drop the iPhone Mini that was launched with the iPhone 12 line-up.
Apple will have two devices with 6.1-inch screens and two sporting the 6.7-inch models. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to sport the new notch and pill design with major camera enhancements. The new iPhones will feature faster chips.
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While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are expected to feature the existing A15 Bionic chop, the Pro models will flaunt the latest A16 Bionic chipset. Several reports have hinted that the new iPhone 14 Pro models will sport a bulkier camera module headlined by a 48MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide and 12MP telephoto cameras.
Apple Watch Series 8
Meanwhile, the Apple Watch Series 8 is expected to come with a host of new features and changes to the design. The Apple Watch Pro model is expected to flaunt a new design while the standard watch will most look similar to the Watch Series 7.
Moreover, Apple is expected to roll out its iOS 16 software update to iPhones and watchOS 9 to its line of smartwatches.