Everything Rumored for Apple’s September Event: iPhone 14, Apple Watch Pro and More


There’s about a month to go before Apple holds its annual event in September, focusing on new iPhone and Apple Watch models. We thought we’d take a quick look at everything rumored for Apple’s September event to give MacRumors readers an overview of what to expect as the first fall event rolls around.

The iPhone 14 can probably be described more as an “‌iPhone‌ 13S”, as not many changes are expected to happen. We expect the same design and chip from the A-series, but camera improvements are possible. Note that Apple is removing the 5.4-inch “iPhone” mini in the 2022 “iPhone” series, where the standard “iPhone 14” series will consist of a 6.1-inch “iPhone 14” and a larger 6.7-inch “iPhone 14” Max.

iPhone 14 Lineup Feature Teal

  • 6.1-inch iPhone 14‌ and 6.7-inch iPhone 14‌ Max. No mini.
  • No design changes, Face ID notch remains.
  • No ProMotion display.
  • New purple color, which merges black, white, red and blue.
  • Improved Ultra Wide camera.
  • Improved front camera with wider f/1.9 aperture and autofocus capabilities.
  • A15 chip, previously used in the iPhone 13.
  • 6GB RAM.
  • Updated Snapdragon X65 10 Gigabit 5G modem and antenna system.
  • Wi-Fi 6E.
  • $799 starting price.

For full details on everything we’ve heard about the ‌iPhone 14‌ so far, we have a dedicated iPhone 14 collection.

iPhone 14 Pro Purple Front and Back MacRumors Exclusive Feature
While the iPhone 14‌ is more of an iPhone‌ 13S, the same is not true for the iPhone 14 Pro models. Apple has bigger changes in store for its more expensive and more expensive models iPhone 14 Pro‌ and ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max.

  • Same overall flat edge design with options for 6.1 and 6.7 inch sizes.
  • ProMotion display technology, but with an upgrade from 1 Hz to 120 Hz that enables Always-On display technology.
  • No notch. Notch replaced with pill and punch cutouts for camera and ‌Face ID‌ hardware.
  • Bigger camera bumps on the back and bigger lens size.
  • Graphite, gold, silver and purple color options.
  • Faster A16 chip.
  • Updated Snapdragon X65 10 Gigabit 5G modem and antenna system.
  • Vapor chamber thermal system for A16 chip and 5G modem.
  • 48-megapixel wide-angle lens with 21 percent larger sensor that supports higher-resolution images and 8K video recording.
  • Improved telephoto lens with 7 elements.
  • Improved ultra wide angle lens.
  • Improved front camera with wider f/1.9 aperture and autofocus capabilities.
  • 6GB RAM.
  • Wi-Fi 6E.
  • Up to 2TB storage.
  • Possible price increase.

Full details on what to expect from the ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ are available in our iPhone 14 Pro roundup.

Apple Watch Series 8 What we know Feature
The Series 8 is expected to get an iterative update largely focused on a few new features like temperature sensing, but there are some surprises as Apple is also introducing a pro version of the Apple Watch.

  • Same general design as Series 7.
  • sizes 41 and 45 mm.
  • S8 chip, which offers basically the same performance as the S7.
  • Energy saving mode for longer battery life.
  • Temperature sensor, which can let you know if your temperature is too high. Can be used for fertility tracking.
  • Possible detection of car accidents.

Apple Watch 8 Unreleased Feature Thumb
The Apple Watch Series 8 isn’t the only new Apple Watch we’re getting this year. Apple refreshes the Apple Watch SE and introduces a new more expensive Apple Watch that could be called the “Apple Watch Pro”.

  • Updated design that is an “evolution of the current rectangular shape”, possibly with a flat screen, but no flat bezels.
  • Rugged, more durable construction for extreme athletes.
  • More durable titanium alloy housing with shatterproof screen.
  • Larger size with 2-inch diagonal screen that offers seven percent more viewing area.
  • 410×502 resolution.
  • Bigger battery and longer battery life, can last up to several days with the new power saving mode.
  • All the functions of the ‌Apple Watch Series 8‌.
  • Can be priced at about $900 to $1,000.

airpods pro new yellow
An updated version of the AirPods Pro is on the way, but it’s not entirely clear whether the redesigned earbuds will appear alongside the new ‌iPhone‌ and Apple Watch models or whether Apple will introduce them later in the year.

  • Same overall design as current ‌AirPods Pro‌ with silicone ear tips and stem.
  • Improved Find My integration.
  • Charging case with speaker holes to play sounds if you lost them.
  • AirPods 3 acoustics for enhanced sound.
  • Updated H1 chip with self-adjusting noise cancellation capabilities.
  • Possible lossless audio (ALAC) support.
  • Lightning gate.

Our full AirPods Pro 2 guide has even more information on everything we’ve heard about the ‌AirPods Pro‌ so far.

Potential September Event Date

It’s not yet known when Apple will hold its annual September event, but since the events almost always take place within the first two or three weeks of the month, we can make educated guesses. September 5 is Labor Day, so that’s out, and most events are on Monday or Tuesday, although Wednesday is sometimes a possibility.

Most Likely Target Dates:

  • September 7
  • the 13th of September
  • September 14
  • September 20
  • September 21

September 12 and 13 are the two most likely dates, and if Apple does plan to hold the event on one of these days, we could get an announcement the week before.

Dates of past events:

  • 2015 – September 9
  • 2016 – September 7
  • 2017 – September 12
  • 2018 – September 12
  • 2019 – September 10
  • 2020 – September 15
  • 2021 – September 14

October Event

Apple’s September event isn’t the only event we’ll be getting before the end of the year. We’re also counting on an event in October with the launch of new iPad Pro models, a new low-cost iPad, a redesigned Apple TV, and an Apple silicone version of the Mac Pro.


Which product are you most looking forward to from Apple this fall? Let us know in the comments below.

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