Apple has announced that its next big fall event will take place on Tuesday, September 14th at 8pm KSA.
And the event, which bears the slogan California Streaming, another virtual event broadcast from the company’s headquarters called Apple Park.
The company usually announces this year’s new iPhones at its fall event. This year’s phones are expected to be called the iPhone 13.
It seems that the new series of phones may be the same sizes as the iPhone 12. But the main advantage of some models may be in the screens with a high refresh rate.
This means bringing technology that was available on many Android phones to the iPhone. The new phones are also expected to have a smaller screen notch and improved cameras.
And if the company reveals its next iPhone lineup as expected, it is likely that the company will also share the iOS 15 release date.
At the moment, it is known that one of the biggest features of the new operating system, SharePlay, will not be included in the initial public release.
The company has several other projects in development that could be featured at the event as well.
The company’s next smartwatch, said to be called the Apple Watch Series 7, is rumored to have a new design with flat bezels and larger screens measuring 41mm and 45mm, a 1mm increase over the Apple Watch Series 6.
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Apple will hold its next event on September 14
And the upcoming AirPods may have a new design that takes cues from AirPods Pro. A new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro equipped with the company’s specially designed chipsets and an SD card slot is also rumored to be on the way.
The event arrives after a difficult few weeks for Apple. The company has postponed its controversial child protection features after fierce criticism from privacy and security experts.
The company announced a number of recent changes to its App Store policy. And that’s even though it moderately addresses the developers’ concerns.
And with proposed legislation in several countries, increased regulatory scrutiny, and a ruling looming in the Epic Games trial against it, we may be on the brink of profound changes in the way the American giant operates.
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