Apple announces Sept. 15 event, but is it for iPhone?


Apple has announced the date of its next event, which will be streamed globally from Apple Park on Sept. 15, starting at 10 a.m. PT/ 1 p.m. ET.

What will Apple introduce?

As of now, there’s a great deal of expectation surrounding this event. Will Apple use the moment to introduce the many products it has been expected to reveal this fall, or will the show be a prelude to a second “Special Event”?

We don’t know the answer.

What we do know is that the company is currently plotting to introduce the 5G-supporting iPhone 12 in the form of four devices: two more affordable 5.4- and 6.1-in. iPhone 12 models along with two iPhone 12 Pro models with 6.1- and 6.7-in. screens.

Apple watchers are also anticipating the rollout of new versions of the Apple Watch 6, iPad Air and the first-ever MacBook running on Apple Silicon.

There’s additional speculation the company may introduce over-the-ear AirPods, a faster model of Apple TV and an all-new product called AirTags at this streamed event.

Not only this, but the company has a growing story to tell concerning its services segment, particularly around Apple TV and its expanding raft of shows, not to mention claims of a new (and smaller) HomePod.

That’s a lot to get through.

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