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Launch of Apple Watch 8 Series and iPhone 14 Series Set for September 7


On September 7, Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 14 series at its next event, and it has sent invites to the event. After the pandemic, Apple’s “Far Out” event will be held in person at its Cupertino campus’ Steve Jobs theater for its first big launch.

There will also be live streaming, as with previous launch events that were also in-person but held outdoors.

Apple will likely unveil the iPhone 14 series, introducing significant changes for the Pro models, following Apple’s launch cycle. Additionally, Apple is rumored to unveil the AirPods Pro 2 and the Watch 8 Series -this time with a Pro variant.

Apple has Confirmed that their Special Device Event is to be held on  September 7 - Patently Apple

In addition to the S8 processor (which includes the SE model), the Watch 8 series is expected to have a strong metal case and a shatter-resistant display of 2 inches. The AirPods Pro 2 will feature a new look and support lossless audio.

According to rumors, only the Pro models of the iPhone 14 series will undergo significant changes. Among these changes are a 16-megapixel primary camera sensor, an upgraded A16 Bionic chip, and the much-rumored always-on display feature. Due to these new features, iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to be more expensive than previous models.

Vanilla iPhone 14 is expected to remain the same. There are hardly any changes to non-Pro models, except for introducing a larger iPhone 14 Max with a 6.7-inch display and the discontinuation of the Mini models. A15 Bionic processors are expected to be used in the vanilla iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 series since they are practically identical.

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