Apple Announces September 14 Event

Apple has officially announced the launch date for its upcoming iPhone 13 series, putting an end to rumors and reports. The Cupertino giant has dubbed the event "California Streaming" and has revealed that it will be a virtual affair live-streamed from its Apple Park complex. The event will take place on September 14 at 10 AM PDT. 

Apple California Streaming Event Announced

Apple is expected to unveil a number of new products at the event, including the iPhone 13 series, Apple Watch Series 7, and possibly a new MagSafe charger. Although none of the above products have been officially announced by Apple, previous rumors suggest that they will be unveiled at the company's September 14 event. 

Apple is rumored to be releasing four models of its next-generation iPhones, starting with the iPhone 13 series. The iPhone 12 series will have a similar lineup to the previous iPhone 12 series. According to previous rumors, the higher-end iPhone 13 Pro models will have 120Hz displays and smaller notches.

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Apple is also expected to add a slew of new features to its next-generation iPhone models. To begin with, the iPhone 13 series is expected to feature larger batteries than the iPhone 12 models, as well as 25W fast charging. The company is expected to introduce a new portrait video mode as well as a new ProRes video recording format. The iPhone 13 series could be more expensive than its predecessors due to the ongoing chip shortage and rising production costs.

Due to production issues, the new Apple Watch Series 7 models are expected to be available in limited quantities at first. The problems stem from the device's new flat-edge design and larger dial sizes of 41mm and 45mm. The Apple Watch 7 is also expected to include a body temperature sensor as well as Ultra-Wideband (UWB) support.

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Aside from the two products mentioned above, Apple recently added a new MagSafe charger to the FCC database. According to reports, during the event, the company may also release a new model of the MagSafe charger with stronger magnets and improved charging efficiency. 

Following Apple's official announcement, the company's SVP of marketing, Greg Joswiak, sent out a tweet confirming the California Streaming event. Please see the attached tweet for more information.

Where to Watch?

For those wondering where they can watch the event live, go to Apple's official event page on September 14 for a live stream. Additionally, the event will be broadcast live on Apple's official YouTube channel.

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