Apple’s ‘Far out’ iPhone 14 event is happening September 7th


Apple’s next product launch event will take place on September 7, the company announced in an invitation sent to journalists today. At the show, Apple is expected to share details about upcoming iPhones and Apple Watches.

The invitation, which carries the tagline “Far out,” is for an in-person event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s Cupertino campus, which would be the company’s first major product launch event to take place at the theater since the beginning of the decade. pandemic. (Apple hosted an in-person event for the WWDC keynote this year, but it took place outdoors.) The company will also stream the September 7 event online.

Here is the invitation sent to journalists.
Image: Jay Peters / The Verge

The iPhone 14 lineup will probably be the main attraction. Apple is rumored to be introducing four models: a 6.1-inch iPhone 14; a new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 (possibly with the “Plus” or “Max” tag); a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro; and a 6.7 iPhone 14 Pro Max. Yes, that means Apple probably won’t release a new Mini phone, much to the disappointment of the dozens of us in the iPhone Mini fan club.

The biggest upgrades may come to the Pro line. Perhaps the biggest change is the rumor that the infamous notch has been ditched in favor of a punch selfie camera and a pill-shaped cutout for Face ID. Apple is also expected to add an always-on screen mode exclusive to the Pro phones — you may be able to see iOS 16’s new lock screen widgets even if you turn off the screen. And for the first time, Apple can turn its next A-series chip into a Pro-only option. As far as cameras go, the primary camera on the Pros is expected to get a big boost to a 48-megapixel sensor, and all four iPhone 14 models are rumored to have a front-facing camera with autofocus.

The intriguing tagline “Far out” could tease a few other improvements. Maybe updates to the telecamera on his iPhones? Or the long-rumored satellite link of some sort? And a short video tweeted by Apple’s SVP of marketing Greg Joswiak really leans towards the star motif, which could indicate the addition of an astrophotography feature.

Three new Apple Watches could also debut at the event. Rumor has it that the Apple Watch Series 8 looks like the Series 7, but with a body temperature sensor. A revised Apple Watch SE is reportedly in the works with a faster chip but the same body as the current model. And the new high-end watch is said to be aimed at extreme athletes and may have a larger screen and longer battery life.

The company is rumored to be working on new AirPods Pro and iPads as well, and Apple has already said a new Mac Pro is in the hopper as well, so there’s always a possibility those could be unveiled at this upcoming event. We’ll be discussing everything coming out of the show, so keep it locked The edge.

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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