Apple is sticking to its usual timeline for launching the iPhone series, which means that the company will launch the iPhone 13 lineup this month, i.e. September. Now, confirming the rumors, the technology giant has today officially confirmed a launch event on 14th September.
The event is titled “California Streaming” and just the previous couple of events from the brand, this one too will be a pre-recorded one and will be streamed on multiple platforms.
While the company has not revealed what it plans to launch at the event, it’s pretty much known that the next-generation Apple iPhone 13 series will be announced. Along with that, we expect the announcement related to the Apple Watch Series 7 but the actual launch could get delayed because of production issues.
The upcoming iPhone models will come powered by a new Apple A15 Bionic chipset as well as improved camera performance. The Pro models are also expected to have a higher refresh rate. There’s also a possibility of a 1TB storage model getting launched this time. To know more about the phones, we will have to wait for the official launch.
At this event, the company will also be revealing the release dates for the next versions of all its new operating systems, including iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey.