Just over a month remains until Apple hosts its yearly September event, which will highlight new iPhone and Apple Watch models. Here is a summary of all the rumours surrounding Apple’s event in September.
Given that not many changes are anticipated for the iPhone 14, it can probably be better compared to the “iPhone 13S.” Although we anticipate the same design and A-series chip, camera upgrades are a possibility. The 5.4-inch iPhone small will no longer be part of Apple’s 2022 iPhone lineup; instead, the conventional iPhone 14 series will have a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and a bigger 6.7-inch iPhone 14, Max.
While the iPhone 14 is more similar to the iPhone 13S, the iPhone 14 Pro variants are not. For its more expensive and high-end iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models, Apple has significant improvements planned.
It is anticipated that the Series 8 would receive an incremental upgrade that mostly concentrates on a few new functions, like temperature sensing, but there are some surprises in store because Apple is also launching a pro version of the Apple Watch.
This year, we’re getting new Apple Watches in addition to the Series 8 model. Apple is updating the Apple Watch SE and launching a new, more expensive model that might be referred to as the “Apple Watch Pro.”
There will be an improved version of the AirPods Pro, but it’s unclear if Apple will release the revised earphones at the same time as its new iPhone and Apple Watch models or a later date.
Although the exact date of Apple’s yearly September event is still unknown, considering that they often take place within the first two or three weeks of the month, we may make some reasonable assumptions. Labor Day is on September 5, so that day is out. The majority of activities take place on Monday or Tuesday, however, Wednesday is oMark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai, the CEOs of two titans of technology, noted that their companies have too many employees and some of them are simply lounging around the office. While Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, brought it up explicitly, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, voiced his concern quietly.
Zuckerberg said that there are a “bunch of people at the company that shouldn’t be here,” while Sundar Pichai discussed the company’s poor productivity per employee. While the CEOs were speaking to the staff, their remarks served as a warning. Silicon Valley’s tech companies are currently prepared to cut costs, so statements like these should serve as a strong signal to the workforce. occasionally a possibility.
There will be further events before the year is up in addition to Apple’s September event. We also anticipate a launch event in October for new iPad Pro models, a low-cost iPad, an updated Apple TV, and a Mac Pro made on Apple silicon.