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Apple has officially announced September 14 as the date for its biggest product launch of the year, when the company is set to unveil its latest line of iPhone 13’s and other products.
The presentation, which features the tag line “California streaming” will take place at 6pm (GMT) / 10 a.m. Pacific time. Like all of Apple’s launches since 2020, the event will be held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and Apple will be broadcasting the event from Apple Park.
Apple’ will be launching four iPhone’s in the iPhone 13 range – iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Reportedly, the display may use an always-on design, as well as 120Hz ProMotion, while the rear cameras have been rumoured to use larger lenses and introduce ProRes video support. A shift to the “A15” chip, movement from Lightning to USB-C, and a bigger battery have also been suggested.
The “Apple Watch Series 7” may introduce a larger, flat-face design and a redesigned chassis, and a faster processor with improved wireless connectivity.
Updated AirPods are also expected, including an AirPods Pro style design but without active noise cancellation functionality.
As is normally the case, the announcement of the next generation of iPhones will likely come alongside a release date of iOS 15.