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September 7 is the big day when every user is actively waiting for the Apple event, as made official by an invitation Apple sent out announcing a “Far Out”-titled event.
Apple today announced that it would hold a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. In addition, there will be an in-person component with media members invited to Apple’s campus.
What are the Expectations of this great “Far-Out” Event?
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are the most anticipated announcement, while the Apple Watch 8 and AirPods Pro 2 are other possible product launches happening sooner rather than later.
The event will be full of an outer-space vibe, with cosmic stars creating a silhouette of the Apple logo. Like past Apple events, this one will have a theme — Far Out. What does this mean? That remains to be seen.
This means pre-orders for the products unveiled at the event are around the corner. Check out our iPhone 14 pre-order guide, which assumes you’ll be able to pre-order at least one of the new phones starting September 9.
Launching of iPhone 14
Apple’s “Far Out” September event is expected to be focused on The iPhone 14 series. However, iPhone users are expecting to get introduced to the latest launch of the new iPhone 14 Plus. A bigger model will be excellent additional features from the current iPhone 13 will be the primary focus of the audience.
The launching of the iPhone 14 Pro at the Apple September event is expected to introduce a new design, a better processor, and huge improvements on the camera’s side.
Launching AirPods Pro 2
Launching the new AirPods Pro 2 is the much-awaited surprise that users expect from the Apple September event. And this surprise is given by none other than Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
As per the recent news, the name of the following AirPods Pro model code will be B698. It will be equipped with the next version of the H1 chip, Apple’s audio processor.
Moreover, LC3 codec support references related to AirPods Max beta firmware predict that AirPods Pro 2 will be the first device to add Bluetooth 5.2 support.
The primary goal of this codec is to bring more stability and efficiency to wireless earbuds. In addition, this feature will help AirPods Pro 2 improve the sound quality for voice calls and songs with higher-bitrate support.
Although low-energy Bluetooth and LC3 codec don’t promise “Lossless Bluetooth,” they will surely improve sound quality significantly.
Launching of Apple Watch Series 8
In this big Apple announcement, the Apple Watch Series 8 is a device we expect to see. If we talk about the rumours, the upgrades of the Apple Watch 8 in comparison to the Apple Watch 7 are not so much as per expectations, but that doesn’t mean the Series 8 won’t be the best smartwatch yet.
An Apple Watch 8 body temperature sensor could easily deal with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 skin temperature reader. So, in that case, it would effectively pair with the new workout features found in watchOS 9.
Apple Watch 8, as part of watchOS 9 for Apple Watch 8, can expect a new power-saving mode that extends battery life.
Finally, rumours say the Apple Watch Series 8 will come up with two additional smartwatch models: the new Apple Watch 8 Pro and Apple Watch SE 2.
Launching of Apple Mixed Reality Headset
For many years, the big rumours about the Apple Mixed Reality Headset have been moving around in the market. Finally, with optimistic hope, the Apple company could revive Steve Jobs’s “One More Thing” phrase to tease the company’s upcoming Mixed Reality headset.
The users expect to unveil the Apple Mixed Reality Headset by the end of this year and start being sold in 2023. So the Apple September event could be the perfect timing for Apple to disclose to the public that it’s entering a new market.
Click Here To Join Apple Event 2022
Make Yourself Ready on 7th September at 10:30 PM IST. Or you can even watch online at apple.com or on the Apple TV app.
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