Iphone 13 Launch: Apple announced that it will be holding its first product launch event of the year on September 14. On the day, the company known for its Cupertino-based Apple technology will release new iPhones and other products. The programme starts at 10 AM Pacific time on Tuesday and is referred to as “California Streaming.” The event was not being held in person for 2020 in consideration of the Covid-19 virus, which had started to spread.
It is rumoured that Apple will launch a quartet of devices, including the iPhones 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max. Although screen sizes are predicted to resemble those of the iPhone 12 series, Apple is expected to include camera enhancements such as advanced filters, high-quality ProRes video recording, and an enhanced video version of portrait mode. Reports are saying that other big changes are also coming, including A15 processors, bigger batteries, and a higher refresh rate.
It is expected that the iPhone 13 will be the main event of the Apple event, but Apple may also unveil new entry-level AirPods, new MacBook Pros, and Apple Watches. For the first time since the Apple Watch series 4 redesign in 2018, we will see a major change in design. The new model is anticipated to have a larger display, (one) 41 mm and (one) 45 mm cases, and more-blunt corners.
Macbook Pro is expected to be revamped with new features in 2016. The touch bar strip might be abolished altogether, in addition to MagSafe magnetic charging and flatter edges being offered.
Many are convinced that Apple’s next phone, the iPhone 13, will feature satellite technology. Reports say that the multinational corporation has started development on two concurrent features that could allow users to connect to emergency services and send text messages through a satellite network if telecommunication networks are unavailable.
The event is expected to be where Apple might reveal some details about this technology in the coming weeks if they proceed with their plans. But it will be a while before new features are ready to launch.
Apple’s 2020 plans to roll out devices in multiple launches could mean that the California Streaming event will feature only some of the company’s new products. It’s possible that Apple is planning to host at least two events this fall, according to reports. For Apple, though, the September event is pivotal. Analysts say that Apple’s revenues will be near $120 billion in the upcoming holiday quarter, which is a record.