Apple’s next event may be just around the corner. There has been no official word yet, but we wonder, and could be on its way in September to the company’s fall event. We could also see and a ninth-generation iPad later this year.
It was previously thought that the event could be partly personal, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that with Apple’s rumors of delaying return for personal work, the next event is likely to be completely virtual .
Apple has so far had two events in 2021. The first event was in April, when we got a glimpse of new, , , and more. ( .) Then, two months later, held the annual , developers event where we saw one , (also known as MacOS 12), and .
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When’s the next Apple event? It can be early or mid-September
Although there has been no official or other word on the exact date and time for Apple’s next event, we speculate that early or mid-September would be a sure bet.
Apple typically hosts three to four events in a year with a spring event, a summer developer conference, and one or two more events in the fall. The fall events are usually scheduled for September and October. The September event tends to include new iPhone and Apple Watch upgrades, while the October event typically includes Macs and iPads.
Although Apple has announced its latest iPhone during a September event every year agoin 2012, Apple experienced a change in that pattern in 2020 due to . Last year’s September -Apple event revealed , and – but no new iPhone. The company later revealed in October. Last year’s fall Apple event was only online due to the pandemic. A livestream was available as usual through the company website.
This year, Apple is expected to return to its usual schedule. CNET took a deep dive into Apple’s event timeline back in 2018 and came up with a compelling Labor Day hypothesis that. When we look at the calendar for 2021, the Labor Day rule will mark September 8 as the next Apple event, but we do not know for sure until we get the invitation from Apple. However, we know that the company likes to hold its fall event on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
While the timeline may return to normal, Apple’s next event may be completely virtual again. In his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said the event, which is said to be focused on Apple’s latest iPhone, will be completely virtual due to the tech giant’s reported decision to delay the return to personal work due to. increasing COVID-19 cases.
Apple initially said all employees would be required to enter the office three days a week from September. Gurman says that if Apple stuck to the September timeframe, a personal iPhone 13 event would have been “plausible.” Now he expects another online event.
New Apple products we expect: iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, AirPods 3, new iPad Mini and more
Apple already unveiled a number of hardware and software upgrades during its previous events in 2021, but there are stilltech giant to announce in the fall. This includes , , , , a larger iMac powered by Apple’s M1 chip, a more affordable Apple Display, a new MacBook Pro and Mac Pro with a rumored update to Apple’s M1 chip. We are also looking for another Apple competitor , a soundbar with built – in Apple TV and a .
Thatto have four phones — iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Max — according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Although there has been no official word on , we speculate that Apple’s new iPhone may come in September with one , , battery and specifications.
Apple Watch 7
Apple’s next-generation laptops may include some new key features such as a sleek, flat-edge redesign, improvements in battery life and a possible blood glucose meter. Thatwill come along , which was unveiled at WWDC.
Apple’s AirPods may get an update sometime this year, according to one. Rumors suggest will have similar features to like , a shorter stem, interchangeable tips and a smaller charging case.
iPad Mini 6
Other Apple tablets, including the iPad, iPad Air and iPad Pro, have already seen updates this year, leaving the iPad Mini. According to Gurman, a“should be a trip” for the fall of 2021.
Ninth generation iPad
We could see an upgrade to Apple’s iPad this fall with a new ninth generation model. According to Gurman, the tech giant’s next tablet could have a sleeker design and an improved processor.
New MacBook Benefits, Mac Benefits, Mac Mini, iMac and Apple Display
Last year, Apple announced that it would produce its own chip, known as the M1, to power its Mac. Since then, there has been speculation thatof its processor for the new MacBook Pro or Mac Pro.
Apple also announced earlier, but it was only the smaller 24-inch model. Bloomberg has reported this for both the Mac Mini and the 27-inch iMac.
Apple may also be working on a more affordable version of it Pro Display XDR originally released in 2019. Bloomberg reported in January that Apple was in “ “of a cheaper monitor.
Echo Show competitor, soundbar with Apple TV and AR / VR headset
We could see some brand new devices from Apple this year. This includes the possibility of oneto that would melt an entry-level iPad with a speaker, one corresponding to , and one .
Until Apple broadcasts its official fall events, all we can do is speculate. But we update this story as new tips and rumors emerge. In the meantime, here, if it is or , and . Plus, ?
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