FP On the riseAugust 20, 2021 09:33:26 IST
Apple is expected to finally launch the expected iPhone 13 in September. While the company hasn’t revealed an official date, we have several leaks and rumors suggesting that the technology giant will not only introduce the iPhone 13 next month, but will also include some other key offerings.
Apple September Event: What to Expect?
It has been suggested that Apple launch the new iPhone 13 series in September. In addition to the four new iPhones, Cupertino is expected to launch third-generation AirPods, new MacBook models, the Apple Watch Series 7 and the sixth-generation iPad Mini. It is possible that all of these products will be unveiled at separate events in September, as suggested BloombergMark Gurman.
While the exact details of all the products expected are still unknown, there are many rumors that give an idea. Starting with the iPhone 13, the new smartphone can come in four versions: the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
All new iPhones are expected to have a small notch, Face ID and Touch ID support, large batteries, and improved cameras. The phones are also expected to have better zooming capabilities, cell transfer stabilization, video format mode, ProRES, artificial intelligence filters and more.
Pro models are expected to have a ProMotion display that supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Better video functionality could be done especially for Pro models.
The 2021 iPhone is also expected to feature the A15 Bionic chip, with iOS 15, larger rear camera cases and multiple color options.
Apple is also expected to introduce the AirPods 3, which may come with a new design. The new model is expected to bring a small arm and overall fit, a combination of the AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro. It is expected to improve battery life, performance, touch controls and more.
New MacBook Pro products (14-inch and 16-inch) are expected with Apple’s new M1X chip, new design, better performance, new color options and more. The sixth-generation iPad Mini is also expected to hit the market with an A15 chip, USB Type-C port, new design, Touch ID, magnetic Smart Connector and more.
Finally, the Watch Series 7 could also hit the market, and is expected to have flat edges (like the iPhone 12 series), a better display and processor, improved health features, and more.