This morning, Apple announced that September 7 will be the date of its annual autumn iPhone event.
Wednesday, September 7 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET is the planned time for the iPhone event; which is expected to feature the introduction of the iPhone 14 and the next generation Apple Watch. The iPhone event will be broadcast live on Apple.com and the Apple TV app; and the firm will also welcome a small number of invited guests at its Cupertino, California, Apple Park headquarters.
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This year’s event’s catchphrase is “Far out,” so wager on its meaning. What’s with the zoom lens on the camera? It’s the much-touted satellite connection, right? Next month is when we’ll finally find out.
This year’s iPhone event is being hosted two weeks before last year’s iPhone 13 event, which took place on September 14. The previous year’s iPhone 12 unveiling was delayed until October because of the epidemic. Since the iPhone 14 was announced on September 7 and released on September 16, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman points out that this provides Apple “an additional week of iPhone 14 sales in its fiscal fourth quarter.”
According to Gurman, “another week of iPhone 14 sales should help the company easily beat last year’s $83 billion mark.” since Q4 2021 sales were up 21% over 2020, which may be hard to achieve this year.
We have included every rumour we could find about the features of the next iPhones. There will reportedly be additional Apple Watch 8 colour variations, a whole new design, and more, according to recent sources.
Even though iPadOS 16 has apparently been delayed to resolve certain bugs, we can presumably expect to hear a release date for iOS 16 as well.