Apple announces 'California Streaming' event on September 14
New iPhones, Apple Watches and Airpods are expected to be unveiled with a few other surprises
When it comes to tech unveilings, September and October are without a doubt the busiest months of the year. Apple is no stranger to this with their fall events taking place during this period. Apple has finally announced that their 'California Streaming' event will take place on the 14th of September. Apple is widely rumored to announce a bunch of products during the event from the new iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods and quite possibly the new 9th generation iPad.
Prominent leaker Max Weinbach today shared a few extra details about what is to come with the new line of iPhones
*New line of iPhones unsurprisingly to be called the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro
*Pro series to include ProMotion displays that enable a screen refresh rate of 120Hz but will throttle to 60Hz when Low Power Mode is enabled
*Minor performance upgrade with the A15 series chip
*Significant camera upgrades that will perform better in low-light conditions and a night mode that allows you to capture the stars in the sky
*Cinematic portrait video mode that relies on Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) to keep the subject centered in the frame and offer additional effects
There are also other rumors about the new iPhones like the possibility to communicate with satellites in order to enable calls during emergency situations when no cellular network is available in the vicinity
The third-generation AirPods are expected to resemble the AirPod Pros in a lot of ways but will be a lot more affordable due to the lack of Active Noise Cancellation. .
However the product that is expected to receive the biggest design overhaul will have to be the Apple Watch Series 7. Apple is expected to incorporate a boxed designed similar to the new iMac and iPad Pros. It'll be the first major redesign we'll see in years. The display is rumored to be 41mm and 45mm respectively with a thinner and flat edged design. Improvements in battery and performance is for certain but there won't be any new health sensors unfortunately.
Apple will be streamling the event on its website, Apple TV App and finally on YouTube on the 14th of September. NinjaMan will also be covering the event to provide you with all the latest updates.