Apple is ready for today’s special event live from Steve Jobs Theater sharp at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET/10:30 pm IST. The event is also in-person for the first time after the pandemic and will feature some Apple executives and staff members, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple SVP Marketing Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, and more.
Whereas the company is preparing several products, including the Apple Watch Series 8 and the iPhone 14 series. The company may be working for an astrophotography functionality or maybe the highly awaited satellite communication support, as indicated by the “Far out” tagline.
Everything Apple likely unveils during its today’s “Far Out” event is listed below.
What to Expect
iPhone 14 models
Apple plans to unveil four new iPhone models, with the larger iPhone 14 Plus drawing a great deal of attention. A larger model will be a great addition even though the standard models won’t have much to set them apart from the current iPhone 13.
The iPhone 14 Pro will undergo significant modifications at the Apple September 7 event. The iPhone 14 series is expected to be one of Apple’s most successful product launches in recent history because of its new design, faster processor, and significant camera upgrades.
Apple Watch Series 8 (and some glimpse)
The biggest significant update to the Apple Watch in years will be the debut of three new versions in 2022.
The Apple September 7 Event may showcase the launch of these watches. At the very least, the Apple Watch Series 8 will get a new body temperature sensor and a battery with a longer lifespan. While Apple is preparing a rugged “Pro” version of the current watch with a unique design and premium finish for extreme sports, the Apple Watch SE is most likely to see a second generation.
AirPods 2 Pro
The new AirPods Pro 2 could be unveiled by Apple during its September event in addition to the iPhone 14 series and new Apple Watch models.
The sources verified that Apple’s audio processor, the H1 chip, will be updated in the upcoming AirPods Pro model, code-named B698. In addition, the AirPods Max beta firmware makes mentions LC3 codec support, hinting that the AirPods Pro 2 would be the first to include Bluetooth 5.2 support.
With this codec, wireless earphones will operate more reliably and effectively. Additionally, this new standard will enable the AirPods Pro 2 to enhance voice calls and audio with better bitrate support. Although “Lossless Bluetooth” is not a promise made by low-energy Bluetooth or the LC3 codec, sound quality will undoubtedly be greatly enhanced.
(Note: Here we only talking about the Apple ecosystem, however, 1MORE’s ComfoBuds 2, ComfoBuds Mini, and EVO and Razer’s Razer Barracuda Pro already have Bluetooth 5.2 support, and even OnePlus Buds Z2 offer Bluetooth 5.2 support while the NuraTrue Pro features Bluetooth 5.3, also, there are several products now offering Bluetooth 5.2 technology in their products as well as in the future products.)
Apple Mixed Reality Headset (expecting)
For the past year, there have been more and more rumors regarding the Apple Mixed Reality Headset. Apple could use the Steve Jobs words “One More Thing” during its September 7 event to hint at its upcoming Mixed Reality headset.
According to current speculations, it could debut as soon as this year’s end and begin selling in 2023. The Apple September 7 event may be the best time for Apple to reveal its Mixed Reality Headset publicly.
The release date for the iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16 and macOS Ventura
Since Apple is planning for an October release along with macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16 has reportedly been delayed by at least a month, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman. Apple is expected to announce the dates for the release of tvOS 16, watchOS 9, and iOS 16 at today’s event.
Later this month
New iPads and Macs
Apple is expected to release new Mac minis and high-end MacBook Pros later this year, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. Apple is working on a new iPad Pro and the tenth-generation iPad base model, according to sources.
How to Watch Apple September 7 Event Online
Apple’s September 7 event will kick off today at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET/10:30 pm IST, an in-person event at the Steve Jobs Theater. Apple fans can watch Apple September 7 event directly from anywhere through Apple’s event website, Apple’s Official YouTube Channel, the Apple TV app, and on Apple devices via the Apple TV app, we also have added YouTube’s embed player below so you can watch this event directly from our site.
Watch it sharp at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET/10:30 pm IST.