Apple September Event Expectations iPhone 13, iOS 15, and more
The launch of Apple’s fall offerings is much more likely with the arrival of September. Apple is set to release the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7, in addition to new iPads and Macs, in 2019. Move down as we follow along and go over what we may expect at an Apple event this September.
Is the Apple September event going to happen this month?
As things stand today, the September event will be held on Tuesday, September 14. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is predicted that this event will again be fully virtual, therefore Apple will notify the press by issuing a one-week heads-up and sending invitations on September 7.
We predict that the September event will once again use pre-recorded footage with the level of production quality Apple has become known for in the last 18 months. The Apple CEO, Tim Cook, and other Apple officials will make appearances. Apple’s website, Apple’s YouTube channel, and the Apple TV application on iPhone, iPad, and Mac all have options to stream the event.
Apple’s next big launch event, scheduled for September, is a significant event for Apple and its fans, and we’ll let you know as soon as the company sends out official invitations.
the new iPhone 13
It is anticipated that the iPhone 13 will see its unveiling and delivery on schedule in September, unlike the iPhone 12, which was delayed in both October and November.
What is the iPhone 13 going to offer this year? According to speculation, the iPhone 13 will follow the iPhone 12’s lead with a more compact notch design. It is anticipated that the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max would have major camera enhancements and 120Hz refresh rate capabilities on their ProMotion screens.
The next iPhone 13 is also going to have improved satellite communications according to Bloomberg and Ming-Chi Kuo. A software update that may be possible in the future would enable users to send emergency texts when they are in a cell phone dead zone.
To learn more about what the iPhone 13 will provide, check out our comprehensive guide here, which has all the latest rumors and expectations. Some bits of information:
- A new 1TB storage option was added.
- Additional mmWave 5G countries
- The A15 chip features an increased size.
- and in addition
Apple Watch Series 7+
Apple’s wearable is set to get a big revamp for the first time since 2018 with the Apple Watch Series 7. According to rumors, this year’s Apple Watch will have a flat-edged design and will be offered in two new sizes, 41mm and 45mm, rather than the previous options of 40mm and 44mm. It is our expectation that Apple will make the announcement at their September event.
Though the Apple Watch is known for its health and fitness capabilities, we are not expecting any important changes in this area this year. According to a report, Apple is reported to be working on upgrades to existing functions, including irregular heart rhythm alarm and blood oxygen measurement.
The sentiment in August, however, was changed with the emergence of news. Both Nikkei and Bloomberg claimed that the Apple Watch Series 7, which has a redesigned design, is encountering production delays. If Apple’s September event doesn’t have the Apple Watch Series 7, this suggests that the device may not be unveiled at all, but a more likely scenario is that the Apple Watch Series 7 will be announced alongside the iPhone 13 but not be available until later and in limited supply at first.
To find out more about the Series 7 Apple Watch, check out our comprehensive guide here.
Entry-level iPad and iPad mini
Despite the M1 chip and other advancements that Apple delivered to the iPad Pro this year, the company is still developing two more new iPads for release this year. Apple is preparing two new iPad models, according to 9to5Mac: one with an A15 processor (like the iPhone 13) and one with an A13 processor. The new, entry-level 10.2-inch iPad comes with the A12 Bionic CPU.
Apple is rumored to be working on a new iPad mini, which Bloomberg says would launch in the latter half of the year. Experts expect the upcoming iPad mini to have smaller bezels and no Home button. Apple released the iPad mini with the A12 Bionic CPU in 2019.
It’s uncertain whether the announcements for these new iPads will be made at the September event or at an additional event later in the fall or in the winter.
When are the software releases? When is iOS 15 expected to be released?
Apple will also likely give the dates for the launch of its next software releases. WWDC had lots of announcements, however, those particular versions of Apple’s software are only accessible in beta at the moment.
Apple will likely show off new features coming in iOS 15 and watchOS 8 and reveal their release dates during the September event. It’s very likely that macOS Monterey won’t be available until later this year, possibly October or November.
The MacBook Pros powered by the M1X are unfortunately not coming out as expected. Apple is not expected to unveil the upcoming M1X Macs at its September presentation, as current speculations speculate that they will be released in October or November.
Mini-LED screens, MagSafe 2, HDMI, and SD card slots are likely to be available on the upcoming MacBook Pros. Apple is also in the process of releasing a more powerful Mac mini driven by the same M1X CPU.
After a quiet July and August, Apple has plenty planned for September. The release of iOS 15, the new iPhone models, and other goodies are all on the slate, which promises to make September a very exciting month.
What do you think Apple is most likely to introduce in September? We would want to hear from you in the comments section!