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heralds another Apple launch day. The company’s virtual event has just started and while we are not expecting To be announced, Tim Cook started by telling us that and new additions to would be the highlights, although we still expect some updates to software and subscription services. You can watch the event on our YouTube channel or Apple̵
We did not expect the iPhone 12, though we would not be surprised if Apple offered a quick tease today. While Apple confirmed that the new iPhone will be available “a few weeks later” than the usual launch in mid-September,will be either October 13 or October 14.
The invitation was labeled “Time Flies,” suggesting that Apple Watch will oversee the event. But so too, which could point to a flight time sensor rumored to be coming to the iPhone this year, like the one on the 2020 iPad Pro, or suggest enhanced ARKit features in the next iPad Air.
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It is official:, so it must be a launch day. The company has one and while we do not expect to be announced, it is expected to reveal and new additions to . The event is scheduled for September 15 at. 10 PT (13:00 ET, 18:00 UK) and Apple will stream the event on its website.
The updated Apple Watch, which will be the successor toand will run , is rumored to have longer battery life, updates to its sleep tracking function and measurements to measure oxygen levels in the blood. The iPad Air is probably also due to an update. Improvements may include a larger screen, a faster processor (perhaps the A13 Bionic chipset) and perhaps a USB Type-C connection instead of Apple’s Lightning port.
As for the iPhone 12, the company has still not released any information about its next phone launch, though we would not be surprised if Apple did not show a quick tease during September 15th. While Apple confirmed that the new iPhone will be available “a few weeks later” than the usual launch in mid-September,will be either October 13 or October 14.
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