iPhone 13 Launch: Apple Sends Invite for September 14 ‘California Streaming’ Event, Here’s What to Expect


Apple has recently handed out invitations for its “California Streaming” event on September 14th. Although the invite doesn’t say what’s coming, Apple usually reveals new iPhones around this time of year, so chances are we’ll see the iPhone 13 series introduced from Apple Park. On September 14, at 10 a.m. PDT, or 10.30 p.m. IST, the event will take place. Apple’s most recent event was the “Spring Loaded” event in April, where the company announced the new iPad Pro lineup, and we should expect new iPhones, as well as the Apple Watch Series 7 and AirPods 3, at the California Streaming event.

Apple announced the iPad Pro (2021) at its Spring Loaded event earlier this year, which used the M1 chip, which the company first introduced on its MacBooks and Mac mini last year. It also unveiled the iMac (2021), which features a sleek design and uses the same M1 processor.

There are already a number of rumours circulating about the upcoming iPhones at this time. The iPhone 13 will come with an updated MagSafe charger, according to a listing obtained by a tipster. In his PowerOn newsletter, tipster Mark Gurman also mentioned that the upcoming iPhone 13 will include a satellite connectivity capability. This capability will reportedly be available in a limited number of markets to allow access even when cellular coverage is unavailable.

It was also rumoured that the iPhone 13 series would have better batteries, yet there were concerns that Apple, like other manufacturers, would be affected by the global chip shortage, and that this would have an impact on the phone’s supply.

As has been the case in recent years, the unveiling of the next generation of iPhones will almost certainly coincide with the release of iOS 15.

Leaks also suggested that the next-generation Apple Watch might have a different design. “This year, the focus won’t be on health upgrades – rather, it will be on a new design with smoother edges, that new display, and a new processor,” Gurman added.

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