What to expect from Apple's September 14

We're looking forward to a bunch of new products — there probably aren't any new Macs yet (yet).

On September 14th at 10am PT (1pm EST), Apple will host its first product launch event on several occasions in months. Again, this event will be online only. But like Apple's other recent online events, we're expecting these to be full of fliers than ever before.

READ MORE California Broadcast: Apple's next big event on September 14 will likely focus on the iPhone, but there are likely to be discoveries about the Apple Watch, AirPods, and possibly the iPad as well. Of course, we will broadcast the event as it happens on Tuesday, but until then, think about what you want to read, and our best effort to create predictions and predictions about the future.

In many ways, Apple has become easier to read and predict in recent years — certainly compared to Steve Jobs' second term as CEO. Apple has somehow innovated its flagship product lines, making it a little easier to see what the future holds. The company's products are still disruptive, but they are now doing so in subtle, repetitive ways, often in areas that weren't as eye-catching as we saw in the 2000s — like healthcare.

Certainly, we expect health to be the focus of future Apple products. But it certainly won't be all. So this is what we are looking for.

Table of Contents iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Apple Watch Series 7 AirPods iPad and iPad mini What about Macs?

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro

As usual at Apple's September events, the iPhone is likely to be the main star. Apple announced a new line of its flagship iPhones. “There are no leaks in this regard, and there are reports that the new phones will be available in the same sizes as last year: the standard 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone models.” More powerful camera.

Does Apple call these phones the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, exactly with the naming scheme of the past two years? This seems like a logical guess, but you never know.

In any case, there are many rumors that Apple will finally introduce an iPhone with a 120Hz screen—something that many of the leading Android companies already have, and has been teased by Apple itself—. with iPad Pro. Some leaks and supply line sources have indicated that the iPhone 13 will have a front sensor and a smaller camera cut-out than the iPhone 12. Pro models may have a new type of optical image stabilization in the rear camera system.

Below: iPhone photos from the last 12 years in our opinion.

Of course, each of these phones will feature Apple's next iPhone-on-a-chip (SoC), likely called the A15, with improved processing, graphics or machine learning performance.


Almost every source in the supply chain has revealed that the new iPhones will be slightly different in appearance and feel than the rear camera design.

Other details Bloomberg claims the iPhone 13 has a new satellite communications technology. It is not yet clear what the device will be used for, but one possibility could be emergency calls outside the range of a cell phone tower. This year, the supply chain has new kinds of wrinkles. Certainly the collection may be released a little later this year or there may be some release restrictions. Bloomberg and others report that the new watch will not have any new health sensors this year. These sensors generally distinguish a one-year clock from its predecessor.

Below: Pictures of the Apple Watch last year, in our opinion. The Apple Watch's new blue and red colors add some flame to the Series 6, while blood oxygenation and sleep monitoring boost health. The Cory Gaskin woven single band fits easily without feeling loose and tight. Cory Gaskin The blue case looks better when it hits the light. The Corey Gaskin woven belt is a comfortable everyday wear option. Cory Gaskin The always on display is 2.5 times brighter outdoors with the lower wrist. Corey Gaskin Individual Ring and Sports Group with Apple Watch Series 6. Corey Gaskin This is a new look for Apple Watches - but very familiar. Cory Gaskin has new SpO2 sensors on the back of the body to measure oxygen saturation in the blood. Corey Gaskin

But the Apple Watch has been held back by its beautiful redesign because it still speaks the design language of the iPhones of the past few years. We wouldn't be surprised to see a larger screen, smoother bezels, and other design improvements. According to some reports, there may be a CPU upgrade.


We're almost certain that Apple will announce new iPhone and Apple Watch models at this event. Now we come to the part where we talk about the middle.

First: AirPods. The Apple AirPad wireless airbags have been a huge success for the company, and they've even spawned two of their cousins: the in-ear AirPods Pro and the pricey AirPods Max.

Below: Pictures of the first generation AirPod, in our opinion.

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Rumors (mostly inconclusive) There are a lot of rumors about the launch of the third generation AirPads this year, and this event is considered the best competition for this product. AirPods Pro launched two years ago, have shorter stems on each ear tip, and we wouldn't be surprised to see this change in AirPods. We think it's unlikely Apple will turn the original AirPads into in-ear headphones, as some have speculated, but we don't know for sure.


Apple can also make changes to the framework to improve battery life, among other things. But in most cases, we just have to wait and see.

iPad and iPad mini

Last year, Apple unveiled new iPad models at its September event, including the original iPad Air and iPad. But both the iPad and iPad mini have messy old designs, along with the iPad Air, iPad Pro, and recent iPhones.

An article by 9to5Mac citing unnamed sources has claimed that Apple will offer a completely redesigned iPad mini with an edge-to-edge display, USB-C port, and no Home button — in other words, the smaller version of the current iPad Air — With the new A15 chip expected to ship in the iPhone 13.

This is a major update to a product that has been out of action for years, with only occasional CPU updates and nothing more than Apple Pencil support.

Below: Last year's iPad photos from the air, from our review. The design of this tablet is said to be a model for iPad mini repair.

iPad Air 2020. Samuel Axon is the only camera behind the device here. Samuel Axon, despite his name, is just as thin as the iPad Pro. Samuel Axon Fortunately, we've moved to USB-C here. Samuel Axon reconnects the keyboard. Samuel Axon, Apple's second generation stylus, attaches magnetically just like the edge of the iPad Pro. Samuel Axon Here is an iPad Air with a magic keyboard and touchscreen that costs about half the price of an iPad. Samuel Axon's camera hole sounds a bit mysterious, but it works, as he shares the keyboard cover design with the iPad Pro. Samuel Axon compared to the iPad Air compared to the iPad Pro. Marlowe Bangeman iPad Air and iPad Pro combined Marlowe Bangeman

Apple could do the same with the original iPad, but we wouldn't be surprised if Apple didn't. After all, the iPad's main role is to make it so cheap that schools can afford it. However, a CPU issue is on the way, so we might at least see it.

If the iPad Air is updated, we expect it to be the A15 chip, without any other changes. The current iPad Pro with the M1 is one of Apple's latest products, so we're unlikely to see a new iPad Pro this month.

We expect Apple to introduce an updated iPad mini and iPad in the next few months, but it's very likely that Apple will delay its iPad notifications until the end of the year. The company wasn't always accurate about when a new pill would be released or released in the third and fourth quarters.

What about Macs?

Your Mac is in a critical situation. All low-end Macs have chipsets designed by Apple to replace the Intel processors that have been on Macs for years. But expensive Macs like the 27-inch iMac, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro still live up to the old style.

The MacBook Pro and possibly the big iMac will likely get Apple Silicon updates this year. (All indications are that the Mac Pro desktop tower will be updated in 2022, not 2021.) Saved for October, November, or even December. So don't wait for your new Mac.

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