Preview of Apple iPhone event September 14, 2022

Preview of Apple iPhone event September 14, 2022

Apple CEO Tim Cook gives a keynote during WWDC22 at Apple Park on June 6, 2022 in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicks off the annual WWDC22 Developer Conference.

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apple A launch event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Wednesday where it will unveil its latest hardware products, including the new iPhone 14.

Apple has used pre-recorded videos of its launch events since early 2020 thanks in part to Covid restrictions, and this will be the first time an iPhone has been released with a personal component since 2019. Apple is streaming the launch event online on its website and YouTube as well as Invite some media to the campus.

Apple’s hype-filled fall launches are a highlight for Apple. It usually attracts millions of simultaneous viewers on YouTube. They grabbed attention from around the world and set the stage for a holiday marketing campaign during the last three months of the year, which is when Apple’s sales are highest.

This year’s event has the slogan “Out of reach,” which can refer to features such as photography in the night sky.

Last year, Apple released new iPhones and Apple Watches at an event in September, followed by a launch in October featuring iPads and Macs.

Here’s what Apple is likely to release on Wednesday, based on reports.

iPhone 14: Four new models

Customers look at iPhone13 smartphones at an Apple flagship store in Shanghai, China.

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Apple is expected to release four new iPhone models. If Apple’s current naming convention continues, it will be called iPhone 14.

This year Apple will likely stop production of the “mini” model with a 4.7-inch screen, according to reports. Alternatively, Apple could offer two sizes, one with a 6.1-inch screen and one with a 6.7-inch screen, each coming in a standard model and the pricier “Pro” model.

Pro models are expected to get more upgrades, according to reports From Bloomberg NewsAnd the TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi KuoAnd the Other Analysts and Apple Watchers.

Since 2017, iPhones have included a space at the top of the phone’s screen with space for Apple’s FaceID system, which includes many of the sensors and the camera. Pro models can do away with Apple’s “notch” as they have the FaceID camera for a slimmer, more streamlined “pill” or “cut” way with a smaller area that should remain empty, leaving room for a larger screen.

Pro models are also expected to get updated A16 processors and cameras. The camera bump is expected to increase.

Apple can release an always-on display to display notifications, like some Android phones have been in for years. Beta iPhone software released over the summer It was suggested that Apple might be planning a similar feature due to new widgets that show weather and battery life.

One of the biggest questions is how Apple will price its iPhones in a period of inflation around the world and macroeconomic uncertainty in some regions. Other consumer electronics, such as the Sony PlayStation 5, have seen price cuts.

Apple’s least expensive iPhone 13 model is the $699 iPhone 13 Mini, which is expected to be discontinued. That would make Apple’s flagship device, currently the iPhone 13, the least expensive new model at $829, if its pricing remains unchanged. Some analysts also expect Apple to increase the price of the Pro models.

Apple usually lowers the price of older models when it releases new ones, giving more price-sensitive consumers a choice.

Apple Watch

Customers try out Apple Watch devices at the Apple Marunouchi Store on September 07, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.

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Apple is likely to show the new eighth major version of its watch on Wednesday. Last year, the Apple Watch Series 7 got a slightly larger screen, but the redesign hasn’t significantly changed the look and feel of the device, which has mostly remained the same since 2014.

Expect more development this year as well. Apple is considering a body temperature sensor in new devices, According to the Wall Street Journal,, which can help track fertility and sleep. Other sleep tracking features can include the ability to detect advanced sleep patterns or apnea.

But the biggest announcement for the Apple Watch Series 8 could be a new “Pro” model with a larger screen and a more durable finish. Apple previously released Apple Watches with expensive case materials such as gold, ceramic and titanium, and the new “Pro” model described by Bloomberg and Kou could be one of the first high-end Apple Watches to gain additional features over its less expensive watches. Brothers.

Also likely: A new updated version of the Apple Watch SE, the $329 entry-level Watch model.

iOS 16

How to edit an iMessage in iOS 16

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iPhone owners who don’t plan to purchase any new equipment this fall will still get an annual iPhone software update, iOS 16which was announced in June and was in testing over the summer.

The program has many new features that users will immediately notice. The biggest striking feature is the ability to customize the iPhone lock screen with widgets that can display weather forecasts, calendar appointments, and other information at a glance. Users can also change the font for the lock screen clock for the first time as well.

IOS 16 also lets you Unsend or edit iMessage text messagesas long as you pick it up within a few minutes of sending.

iOS 16 will also offer short-term loans from Apple called Apple Pay Later. This feature will allow users to buy things online using Apple Pay with paying for the item in four installments without paying interest.

One of the great features of iOS 16 is that if the user has an iPhone and Mac laptop or desktop, they can use the iPhone as an HD webcam.

After the event: iPads and Mac

Apple invite to September event.


Apple is unlikely to release new iPads on Wednesday because its software isn’t ready yet. Earlier this month, Apple Tell TechCrunch That iPadOS, the iPad software, will ship after iOS this fall, indicating an amazing release.

Apple’s statement was brief, and the company hates talking about unannounced products. But in general, you like releasing new devices with new software, so the statement clearly suggested that new iPads will come at a later launch date than iPhones.

IPadOS and iOS are similar, but this year iPadOS got a feature called Stage Manager that could allow users to multitask more efficiently – but also was criticized by early testers. Enhanced iPads could include more powerful processors that are close to laptop processors, smoother screens, and better integration with accessories.

Apple also underrated a new “Mac Pro” uncharacteristically in spring. The Mac Pro is currently a $5,000 power tower with an Intel processor.

Apple wants to move its entire line of Macs away from Intel to its own M-series processors, but a decent, expensive product also doesn’t fit into mass-market iPhones and Apple Watches. Alternatively, new Macs could be announced at a separate event later this year, as they did last year.

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