When is the Apple Event September 2021?
Taking a look at the 2021 calendar, the Labor Day rule would mark Sept. 8 as the next Apple event, but we won't know for sure until we get the invite from Apple. We do know, however, that the company likes to hold its fall event on a Tuesday or Wednesday. CNETApple event 2021: The iPhone 13 is coming soon. Here's everything else we expect and when
When is Apple's September event?
Apple Event September 15, 2020. apple.comApple Events
The video shows tons of black silicone Apple MagSafe case boxes being wrapped in plastic and organized for distribution. No other case colors or materials like leather are seen in the video.
It’s expected that Apple will refresh their MagSafe case collection with new colors with the launch of this year’s iPhones, as they have done in the past.
As we noted above, these cases could be fake. There are plenty of convincing fake MagSafe cases floating around these days. So take this with a grain of salt.
It’s likely that we are only a week or two away from the official iPhone 13 announcement, so it won’t be surprising to see more leaks like this pop up over the next couple of days.
The iPhone 13 is expected to come this fall. Here's what we know about new features, design changes, pricing, and more.
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We don't have an exact date yet for Apple's next event, but we guess it will be sometime this September.
The next Apple event could be just around the corner. There hasn't been any official word yet, but we speculate the, and could be on the way sometime this month for the company's fall event. We could also see the and a ninth-generation iPad later this year.
It was previously thought that the event could be partially in-person, but Bloomberg's Mark Gurman says that with Apple's rumored decision to delay its return to in-person work, the next event will probably be completely virtual like .
Apple has had two events in 2021 so far. The first event was in April, where we got a glimpse of new, , , and more. ( .) Then, two months later, it held the annual , developers event, where we saw a , (also known as MacOS 12), and .
If you're curious about more Apple-related dates, check out CNET's guess for the. You can also take a look at our .
Apple typically hosts three to four events in a year with a spring event, a summer developer conference and one or two more events in the fall. The fall events are usually scheduled in September and October. The September event tends to feature new iPhone and Apple Watch upgrades, while the October event typically features Macs and iPads.
Although Apple has announced its latest iPhone during a September event every year since thein 2012, Apple saw a change in that pattern in 2020 due to . Last year's September Apple event unveiled the , and -- but no new iPhone. The company later revealed the in October. Last year's fall Apple event was online-only due to the pandemic. A livestream was available as usual through the company's website.
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This year, Apple is expected to return to its usual schedule. CNET took a deep dive into Apple's event timeline back in 2018 and emerged with a compelling Labor Day hypothesis that. Taking a look at the 2021 calendar, the Labor Day rule would mark Sept. 8 as the next Apple event, but we won't know for sure until we get the invite from Apple. We do know, however, that the company likes to hold its fall event on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
Although the timeline may return to normal, Apple's next event could be fully virtual again. In his Power On newsletter, Gurman said that the event, said to be focused on Apple's latest iPhone, will be completely virtual because of the tech giant's reported decision to delay its return to in-person work due to .
Apple originally said that all employees would bethree days a week starting in September. Gurman says that if Apple stuck with the September time frame, an in-person iPhone 13 event would have been "plausible." Now, he expects another online-only event.
Here's a render of the iPhone 13. We're also expecting the Apple Watch 7, AirPods 3 and new iPad Mini.
Apple already unveiled a slew of hardware and software upgrades during its previous 2021 events, but there are stillthe tech giant to announce in the fall. This includes the , , , , a larger iMac powered by Apple's M1 chip, a more affordable Apple Display, a new MacBook Pro and Mac Pro with a rumored update to Apple's M1 chip. We're also on the lookout for an Apple competitor to , a soundbar with built-in Apple TV and an .
Theto feature -- the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max -- according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Although there hasn't been any official word on the , we speculate Apple's new iPhone could be coming in September with a , , battery and specs.
Apple's next-generation wearable could include some new key features like a sleek, flat-edged redesign, improvements in battery life and a possible blood glucose monitoring sensor. Thewill come with , which was unveiled at WWDC.
Apple's new AirPods 3 could look similar to this concept design by Michael Rieplhuber.
Apple's AirPods could be getting an update sometime this year, according to an. Rumors suggest the will have similar features to the like , a shorter stem, interchangeable tips and a smaller charging case.
Other Apple tablets, including the iPad, iPad Air and iPad Pro have already seen updates this year, so that just leaves the iPad Mini. According to Gurman, a"should be a go" for fall 2021.
We could see an upgrade to Apple's iPad this fall with a new ninth-generation model. According to Gurman, the tech giant's next tablet could feature a slimmer design and an improved processor.
Last year, Apple announced that it would be producing its own chip, known as the M1, to power its Mac. Since then, there has been speculation thatof its processor for the new MacBook Pro or Mac Pro.
Apple also previously announced, but it was only the smaller 24-inch model. Bloomberg has reported that for both the Mac Mini and 27-inch iMac.
Apple may also be working on a more affordable version of itsthat was originally released in 2019. Bloomberg reported in January that Apple was in " " of a cheaper monitor.
We could see some brand-new devices from Apple this year. This includes the possibility of anto the that would fuse an entry-level iPad with a speaker, a similar to , and an .
Until Apple sends its official fall event invitations, all we can do is speculate. But we'll update this story as new hints and rumors come to light. In the meantime, here's, whether it's or , and . Plus, ?
06 September, 2021 - 10:02am
Now deleted clip seems to show iPhone 13 cases on the move
A video uploaded and then removed by Twitter user “PinkDon1” indicates that Apple is planning on sticking with iPhone 13. The video, which 9to5Mac saw it before it was deleted, showed “tons of black silicone Apple MagSafe case boxes being wrapped in plastic and organized for distribution.”
As the screenshot below shows, the words “iPhone 13 Pro Max” feature prominently.
Only the black silicone version is featured in the clip, with no other colors or materials making an appearance.
Even the fact that the video has been deleted can be taken two ways. It could well be that the poster has decided that the video is a fake, and decided to delete it – the lack of spacing between “13” and “Pro” looks a little iffy after all. On the other hand, deleting a video can also be the result of legal threats from the company involved, which would indicate legitimacy.
PinkDon’s Twitter account is pretty quiet, without much to point to the quality or otherwise of the user’s insider knowledge, though it is worth noting that he or she correctly predicted the upgrade to 15W wireless charging on the iPhone 12 on August 19 2020 – a full 55 days before the handset was formally announced. That could be a lucky guess or based on others' leaks, but another data point for whether you believe this or not all the same.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro are both tipped to feature 120Hz ProMotion displays as well as possible always-on displays. The entire iPhone 13 family is rumored to feature a smaller notch, a faster A15 Bionic chip, an improved 5G modem and camera upgrades like portrait mode video and a new astrophotography mode for shooting the night sky.
We've also heard that all four iPhone 13 models will be getting larger batteries and more recently that Apple will be offering satellite communications in the new iPhones for emergency use. With possible invites for the Apple event going out as soon as this Tuesday for a rumored September 14 launch, it won't be long before we see the real deal along with the official iPhone 13 cases.
Be sure to check out our updated iPhone 13 hub for all the latest news, rumors and leaks as we get closer to the big reveal.
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