Apple is known for its innovative and high-end devices. Every year the Silicon Valley-based company holds a major event to showcase its upcoming products. The much-anticipated Apple event season has begun! The tech giant based in Silicon Valley has scheduled a virtual event for September 14 to showcase many new goods, including the iPhone 13 5G and Apple Watch Series 7.
The iPhone 13 event will be a virtual affair due to the current pandemic. In other words, it’ll be a pre-recorded event that can be viewed on supported browsers via Apple’s official website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube. In this article, we shall be highlighting some of the products we can expect to be unveiled at the upcoming event.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, as well as the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, will be available. The largest difference between the four devices will be the introduction of a new notch design, which will see a reduction in width and house a reorganized Face ID technology that may even operate with masks. It will carry out tasks such as iPhone Share easily.
120Hz ProMotion technology is rumored to be coming to Pro-branded devices as well. Large upgrades to all models’ rear camera technology are also planned, with a special focus on video recording capabilities. The camera bumps on the 5G iPhone 13 Pro models will be larger than the existing ones in terms of appearance. The iPhone 13 and 13 small cameras, on the other hand, may have a diagonal configuration, which would set them apart from previous models.
Apple Watch Series 7
The Apple Watch Series 7 is likely to debut alongside the iPhone 13 5G line. It’ll be the first substantial overhaul since the Apple Watch Series 4 and will be available in two new sizes: 41mm and 45mm. To envision the new look, we recently developed several Apple Watch Series 7 renders based on the most recent information.
A new flat frame and a larger display should be the main distinctions. In terms of features, the Apple Watch 2021 isn’t likely to provide much. Instead, Apple is said to be working on a smaller chipset that will allow for a larger battery, increasing battery life.
iPad Mini 6
In the last year, the iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Pro have all gotten updates. Apple’s small iPad mini, on the other hand, hasn’t been updated since 2019, and the ‘California Streaming’ event on September 14 seeks to change that.
According to leaked renders, the iPad mini 6 will have a design influenced by the iPad Air, with narrow bezels, no home button, and a Touch ID scanner on the side. It’s also rumored that Apple will support a small Apple Pencil.
We are looking forward to the Apple event. These are just a few of the products we are expecting to be announced at the event. We might even see the next-gen AirPods. We will have to wait just a little longer to see what Apple has in store for this year’s line-up.