Apple is asserting the discharge date of the iPhone 13 and there will not be lengthy to attend
It has been rumored for weeks, but now we know exactly when Apple will launch its brand new line of iPhones. The Californian tech company has just sent out invitations to the world’s media for its next event, which will be streamed on Tuesday, September 14th. That’s the date Apple fans have to write in their diary to find out what the mysterious tech giant was working on.
The invitation that just got in our inbox reads “California Streaming. Join us for a special event streamed from Apple Park.” And in a tweet, Greg “Joz” Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, added, “We’re streaming in California on September 14th. See you soon.”
Of course, like last year, this won’t be the usual jam-packed showcase from the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park with Covid restrictions, which means things will be streamed live. Everything will be revealed next week, but before the launch there was already a lot of rumor and speculation about what could come.
Apple is expected to introduce four new iPhone models that will replace the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max currently on the shelves. Tipsters claim that in addition to the new smartphones, Apple is also unveiling a redesigned Apple Watch Series 7 on stage. Details of when iPhone owners can download the free iOS 15 upgrade will likely also be revealed during the live stream from the Steve Jobs Theater.
When it comes to the next iPhone, which is supposedly called the iPhone 13, the biggest upgrade could be the new screen. Apple switched the standard iPhone to OLED technology last year and faster frame rates could be the goal in 2021. In fact, most experts believe that the iPhone 13 Pro models will include fast 120 Hz technology.
This fast screen has been available on the iPad Pro for a while, and it would make sense for the iPhone to follow suit with similar technology – something that also makes the entire experience feel faster and less stuttering.
Other changes could include a faster A15 processor that not only improves overall performance but also extends battery life, and faster charging could be done through the company’s MagSafe port, which launched alongside the iPhone 12 last year.
The new iPhone 13 range may not be the only products Apple unveiled at its keynote address, with rumors also suggesting that an updated Apple Watch could be the star of the show as well.
This updated tech watch could get a completely redesigned design along with a bigger screen and more health features.
We could also see the launch of a new MacBook Pro with Apple’s second generation of processors, and there are also rumors of a new line of iPad with a relaunched Mini.
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