The Apple event is official and is scheduled for 10:00 am PT this Tuesday, September 14. It will be held virtually from Apple Park, so you can watch the live stream on Apple TV-compatible devices and from YouTube.
What will we see at the event? Surely the launch of the long-awaited iPhone 13, the Apple Watch Series 7 and probably the AirPods 3. However, if you expect to see a new iPad, it seems you will have to keep waiting.
Here are all the details of what you can see at the Apple 2021 event.
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During the event on September 14, Apple should launch the iPhone 13. Its previous version, the iPhone 12, arrived with great success last year, as it sold more than 100 million units at a time when competitors such as Samsung were struggling. with their equivalent flagships. Now Apple hopes to repeat that success with the iPhone 13.
According to previous reports from various sources, the hardware of the iPhone 13 is generally expected to be similar to that of the iPhone 12. While the notch will remain, the new one would be thinner, in addition to having a battery that helps create a phone that look better and last longer. On the other hand, the A14 Bionic chip will be replaced by a more powerful A15 and the device will launch with iOS 15.
The most subtle changes to the iPhone 13 are in its screen and camera. Apple is said to incorporate a 120Hz refresh rate into the OLED display of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, making them Apple’s first high-refresh rate panels. Larger batteries could also help offset some of the drain from smoother displays.
As with the iPhone 12, Apple is expected to launch the new phone in four versions: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, in addition to maintaining prices. If you want more details on the rumors related to the iPhone 13, check out our article with everything we know so far.
The Apple Watch Series 7 should be announced alongside the iPhone 13 to replace the Apple Watch Series 6 as Apple’s best smartwatch of 2021 and 2022. All rumors point to the Watch Series 7 getting a major redesign, the first since the Apple Watch Series. 4. That way, you can expect it to have flat sides, a larger, higher-resolution screen, smaller bezels, a variety of colors, a new processor, and longer battery life.
The renderings that have been created from the leaked information can give us a clue as to what the new design will look like, but we won’t know for sure how accurate these images are until we see the device at the event. What we are certain of is that the new smartwatch will use WatchOS 8 and take advantage of all its new features.
Apple is also expected to release a new pair of AirPods. The third generation will be redesigned to look like the AirPods Pro, with angled stems, but without the silicone tips. They were reportedly designed for people who like current AirPods Pro, but aren’t particularly interested in their noise-canceling features.
First it was predicted that the new AirPods would launch in the spring of the United States, but then another report He pointed out that its launch would be in September, just in time to arrive with the new iPhone. You can check out our AirPods 3 rumors article for more details.
Any expectations for the new iPad models during the event on September 14 will have to be put on hold. According to the journalist Mark Gurman, who regularly reports on Apple rumors, the company will hold a second event in the near future, in which it will reveal new Mac computers and tablets.
If that happens, we could expect a couple of new iPads, including the rebirth of the iPad Mini with a modern design that more closely resembles the iPad Air and Pro models. This look will allow Apple to expand the screen to 8.3 inches, but keep the chassis of the same size. In addition, it is said that Apple would launch a better chip, although it is not yet clear if it would be an A14 to increase its power or an A15 to reinforce 5G support.
It has also been mentioned that Apple will launch a new basic iPad, although not much has been said about it beyond the processor, which would be an A13 Bionic chip. Finally, Bloomberg has reported that this iPad will also be thinner and lighter, but it is unclear what other changes Apple will make.