To put an end to rumors and press, Apple has officially announced the release date for the next iPhone 13 series. The Cupertino giant has called it a “California Streaming” event and has announced that it will be a virtual event that will be livestreamed from the Apple Park Complex. The event will be set on September 14th and will start at 1:00 pm EST (or 10:30 pm EST).
Apple California Streaming Event Announced
The event will feature a variety of new products from Apple, including the new iPhone 13 Series, Apple Watch Series 7, and possibly the new MagSafe Charger. Apple hasn’t officially mentioned the launch of the above products, but previous rumors suggest that they will be available at the company’s September 14th event.
Currently, Apple is rumored to release four next-generation iPhone models from the iPhone 13 series. The lineup will be the same as the previous iPhone 12 series.However, previous rumors suggest that it may come with high-end iPhone 13 Pro models. 120Hz display and small notch..
In addition, Apple is rumored to add a variety of other features to the next-generation iPhone model. For starters, the iPhone 13 series is expected to have a larger battery than the iPhone 12 model and may also support 25W fast charging. The company has the potential to add new portrait video modes and new ProRes formats for video recording. Also, the iPhone 13 series can be more costly than its predecessor, as chips continue to run short and manufacturing costs continue to rise.
When it comes to Apple Watch Series 7, new models are rumored to be initially available in limited quantities due to production issues.The problem is with the new flat edge design of the device Large dial size of 41mm and 45mm.. In addition, Apple Watch 7 is rumored to come with a temperature sensor and Ultra-Wideband (UWB) support.
In addition to the two products listed above, I recently saw Apple add a new MagSafe charger to its FCC database. As a result, the company may also report a new model of the MagSafe charger with stronger magnets and improved charging efficiency during the event, as reported.
Now, following the official announcement from Apple, the company’s marketing SVP, Greg Joswiak, shared a tweet to further confirm the California Streaming event. Please see the tweet below.
Where do you see it?
If you’re wondering where to watch the event, you can go to Apple’s official event page for the live stream on September 14th. In addition, the event will be livestreamed on Apple’s official YouTube channel. Therefore, if you want to watch an event from India, be sure to check in at 10:30 pm (IST) on September 14th.