Apple’s iPhone 14 event will be held on September 7

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Mark Gurman of Bloomberg claims that Apple plans to hold its inaugural fall event on September 7. The Apple Watch Series 8 and the iPhone 14 models will be the primary highlights of the presentation.

The iPhone 14 Pro versions will have new camera technology, the removal of the notch in favor of a pill-shaped and hole-punched cutout, an A16 chip, and more. The ordinary iPhone 14 models are anticipated to receive minor modifications.

The four iPhone 14 variants that Apple intends to offer are the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. Notably, the smaller iPhone 12 and 13 mini handsets have not sold as well as anticipated, so there won’t be a 5.4-inch iPhone mini.

The new Apple Watch Series 8, an improved Apple Watch SE, and an entirely new Apple Watch Pro are the three Apple Watch models that are currently in development. The new Apple Watch Pro is anticipated to have a larger body, an updated design, and a more durable build.

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A second October event may introduce other products, like as a new low-cost iPad, upgraded iPad Pro variants, a Mac Pro using Apple silicon chips, and others.

In the event that Apple does proceed with a September 7 event, we can anticipate receiving official invitations about a week beforehand, possibly before the end of August. Apple has already started putting together the pre-recorded event, so it will once again be held online rather than in person. Having said that, some media representatives might be invited for an in-person component.

The new iPhone and Apple Watch models may be released on Friday, September 16, according to Gurman, who claims that Apple has instructed some retail personnel to get ready for a new product release.

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