The Apple iPhone 13 launch event dubbed “California Streaming” kicks off today (Tuesday, September 14) at 10:30 p.m. IST or 10 a.m. PDT. Apple’s highly anticipated and all-virtual event is expected to feature the next generation of iPhone models as well as the Apple Watch Series 7. The iPhone 13 lineup is expected to include four models like the iPhone 12 series but with smaller notches, bigger batteries, and faster A15 Bionic chipsets. Analysts predict that Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatches will see a redesign with flatter screens and slightly larger bezels than the Watch Series 6. We can also expect to receive updates on Apple’s iOS 15. at its biggest launch event of the year.
Speculation suggests that Apple should also launch the third generation of AirPods. Apple’s first True Wireless Stereo Headphones (TWS) were released in 2016 based on the design language of Apple’s classic wired EarPods, which was retained in the second iteration of AirPods released in 2019. But analysts suggest the Apple AirPods (3rd generation) will ditch the loose design for the in-channel fit of the AirPods Pro which arrived in 2019.
The iPhone 13 series – which would include the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max – will not see a major overhaul according to reports that predict the peak of models from iPhone this year might instead be nifty new features such as providing satellite connectivity. This would allow iPhone users to transmit short emergency texts and send SOS distress signals from areas where mobile connectivity is not an option. IPhone 13 models would be equipped with the required hardware even if the feature is enabled later through a software update.
Apple’s “California Streaming” event will likely follow the company’s traditional standard and begin with a keynote address by Apple CEO Tim Cook, which will be followed by the introduction of a new series of iPhones among the following. updates on other Apple products and services. Keep following this page for live updates throughout the event.
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