The American tech giant Apple may be aiming for September 7 for its upcoming product launch event. Apple typically has a major event in the first half of September.
The Verge reports that Mark Gurman of Bloomberg broke the news of the impending Apple event. The event will be televised live, as has been the case with other company events held during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Gurman.
The iPhone 14 lineup, which is said to feature the standard iPhone 14, a new big-screen iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max, is scheduled to be unveiled by Apple at the event.
According to The Verge, the Pro phones are expected to receive some of the more extravagant enhancements, including an always-on display, the next-generation A-series chipset, and the removal of the notch in favour of a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout.
In the previous few years, the iPhones that were unveiled during the event went on sale soon after. According to Gurman, store employees have been instructed to get ready for some sort of launch on September 16; therefore, for those wishing to upgrade, this may be it.
Apple is also expected to unveil new Apple Watch models at the event, including an upgraded rugged variant and an updated Apple Watch SE.
There are other potential goods Apple might introduce during the forthcoming event, according to The Verge, including the next iteration of the AirPods Pro, which may enable lossless audio, a new entry-level iPad without a headphone connector, and more.