Apple is holding its next launch event on September 14, during which the company will likely unveil its next slate of devices, including the iPhone 13 and the Apple Watch Series 7. However, the company has not officially announced which products it will be launching on this event but it is safe to assume that Apple will launch the iPhone 13 as September is usually the month when the tech giant unveils its new iPhones.
The event, like the last few ones over the last year and a half, will be held entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company is calling the launch event “California Streaming” and users will be able to view it live at apple.com or on the Apple TV app as per the invite being rolled out by the company.
The company’s September event is one of the most important of the year, as it sets up the product lineup of the holiday season and it is usually when it launches the new iPhones. It bears mentioning that last year Apple held three major product events for the Apple Watches, iPads, iPhones and Mac Computers. However, this was mostly due to production and things seem to be back to normal for 2021.
It is still unclear as to what products will be announced by Apple on the September 14 launch event but the iPhone 13 is likely to be included in the new slate of devices being unveiled by the company along with the Apple Watch Series 7.
As for the iPhone 13 specifications, there is no official word from Apple but there have been several consistent rumors hinting at a high refresh rate display, improved Face ID and upgrades to the camera and chipset while the overall design of the smartphone will likely remain unchanged.