As most of us are aware that Apple typically hosts three to four events per year. A spring event is often held in March, the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, an event in September that is centred on the iPhone and Apple Watch, and occasionally an event in October if iPads or Macs are anticipated in the fall.
Apple announced that September 7 will be date of the upcoming Apple event because Apple often hosts an event in September.
This year, a few products, like the iPhone 14 and the Apple Watch Series 8, feel like lock-ins. There may be some surprises in store as well as some new additions to the AirPods and iPad product lines.
The iPhone 14 rumours are hotter than ever, with the most recent information indicating that the 2022 iPhone will feature some significant changes. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have the most improvements, such as a new 48MP camera and an always-on display. However, the most significant rumoured design change for the iPhone 14 Pro is the removal of the now-infamous display notch to make way for a pill-shaped cutout for Face ID as well as a punch hole.
Another interesting development is the possibility that Apple will drop the iPhone 14 mini in favor of the iPhone 14 Max. According to rumors, it will cost much less and feature a 6.7-inch display just like the iPhone 14 Pro Max. In fact, a $100 price increase is anticipated for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
Apple Watch Series 8.
The Series 8 of the Apple Watch is also very likely. And if rumors are to be believed, more than one new version of Apple’s wildly popular watch will be unveiled.
It appears that the Series 8 will include both the normal model and the “Pro” model, which is a more durable watch. Furthermore, it makes sense that 2022 would be the year for certain changes. In comparison to the Series 6, the Apple Watch Series 7 was a very incremental improvement that added a larger screen while keeping everything else largely the same. It’s safe to say that the impending Apple Watch Series 8 is generating a lot of curiosity.
Airpods Pro 2.
According to a recent source, the AirPods Pro 2 might support Bluetooth 5.2 with LE Audio. Leveraging Bluetooth Low Energy radio technology, LE Audio makes it possible to use electricity more effectively, extending battery life (which is an area where current AirPods models lag behind newer models recently introduced by rivals). The Low Complexity Communications Codec (LC3), which enhances audio handling and increases wireless range with a stronger and more stable connectivity, is also introduced.
Years have passed since Apple first revealed new noise-canceling headphones. The Apple AirPods 3 were released in 2021, but the AirPods Pro 2 are anticipated to have major upgrades. According to rumors, they will get speech recognition technology, fitness tracking tools, and more app compatibility.
We don’t know what else Apple has planned for the September event except the iPhone 14, Apple Watch 8, and AirPods Pro 2. Nevertheless, it’s thought that other Apple products are in the works such as Apple VR/AR headset and Apple Car, Mac mini, iPad Pro 2022