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iPhone 14 to Watch Series 8 | New iPad and iPad Pro: Here’s what you can expect from the Apple September event

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For those of you tech enthusiasts out there, September is going to be a terrific month as Apple is getting ready for its fall event. Apple is anticipating the new iPhone 14, Watch Series 8, new iPad, and iPad Pro

And guess what? At least four new iPhone models — the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max (not Mini), iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max — are expected to be released by the tech giant. Along with this, Apple also intends to release the AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch Series 8.

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Apple Rumoured Products Lineup (Image Source: MacRumors)

At Apple’s September event, in addition to the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8, there may be other announcements, such as the release date for iOS 16, among other things, according to MacRumors.

Apple iPhone 14 Series

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iPhone 14 Rumoured Design

According to MacRumors, the iPhone 14 Pro models, are anticipated to have “pill and hole-punch” shaped cutouts in place of the notch, the A16 chip, a 48-megapixel Wide camera, and a slightly taller display with thinner bezels. The standard iPhone 14 models are expected to have 50% more memory, improved battery life, an improved Ultra Wide camera, and an upgraded front-facing camera with autofocus. There will be numerous additional colour options available for the entire lineup.

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Reportedly, iPhone 14 Pro will be USD 1,099 (around Rs 87,838.12) whereas the iPhone 14 Pro Max will cost USD 1,199 (around Rs 95,830.67).

Airpods Pro 2

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According to reports, Airpods Pro 2 could come with an upgraded H1 chip that with self-adaptive noise cancelling, better performance, and lower power consumption.

Apple Watch Series 8

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Additionally, three new Apple Watch models—the Apple Watch Series 8, the second-generation Apple Watch SE, and a new “Pro” model—are expected. In a Twitter thread, a user said that not only will the next-generation Apple Watch come with the same design as its predecessor, but that it will also not come with any new sensors. The user further claimed that the watch will only be available in stainless steel and aluminium variations rather than a titanium version. While the stainless steel version will only be available in silver and graphite colours, the aluminium version will also be available in midnight, starlight, and product (RED) colour options.

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New Macs and iPads

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If reports are to be believed, Apple is also expected to introduce new Macs, iPad 10th generation, and iPad Pro.

Date of the Upcoming Apple Event

The iPhone 14 is expected to take centre stage during Apple’s upcoming Fall event in September 2022. If the past iPhone releases are any indication of timing, this year’s event will take place on Wednesday, September 7th.


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