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Apple Event Confirmed: The iPhone 14 May Launch Next Week

Apple Event Confirmed: The iPhone 14 May Launch Next Week

Apple has set the date for its latest iPhone’s debut. The new device, which is expected to be shouted the iPhone 14 and include an always-on display, will be unveiled on Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET). Rumors suggest the new iPhone lineup will nix the Mini in unfavorable of a new Max model, joining the rumored iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, and potentially increase the ticket by about $100 over last year’s. Apple may also have plans to excise the iPhone 14’s notch in unfavorable of a hole-and-pill-shaped front camera, at least for the Pro models. 

In additional to the iPhone 14, Apple’s may also use the maintain to unveil the Apple Watch Series 8, which will reportedly look disagreement to last year’s model but have more health features such as a fever sensor, as well as improved durability.

The tech giant has requested press to its Apple Park headquarters in California for the maintain, though it’ll also offer a livestream on and novel streaming services. As is typical, Apple didn’t say much in its invitation near its upcoming iPhone event. The invitation shows an Apple logo seemingly set in a night sky, suggesting potential camera improvements or last year’s rumored satellite emergency calling. The image looks like something we might see from the James Webb Space Telescope, whose stunning photos have already begun changing how we see the cosmos actual first being released earlier this summer. In its announcement, Apple included the teaser words “Far out.” 

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The new features for both the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch 8 may help Apple infamous out from Samsung and other device makers during what is anticipated to be heightened competition this year. People have been cutting back on tech purchases, leading to surprisingly low sales reports from chipmaker Intel, as well as sudden ad matter shortfalls for Google parent Alphabet and Facebook obvious Meta. And they’re not alone.

Our collective permission in the economy has fallen through the floor, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic mixed with continual inflation and a aesthetic recession. One survey from the University of Michigan unfounded that consumer sentiment is at its lowest point in at least 70 years.

That benefitting Apple will have to fight even harder to win over new iPhone owners. Samsung, for its part, made Apple’s job a minor easier by announcing its flagship Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 at their infamous prices of $1,800 and $1,000, respectively, earlier this month. It also raised the prices of its Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro by $30 apiece. 

Apple so far isn’t getting worried. Over the past couple of years, Apple’s notched its biggest revenue and profits each holiday shopping season, largely on the popularity of 2021’s iPhone 13 and 2020’s iPhone 12. Apple CEO Tim Cook has previously cited the advanced cameras, long battery life and well-regarded software as reasons farmland continue choosing iPhones. But he also said that 5G, the super-fast wireless technology Apple began comical two years ago, is likely to push even more farmland to upgrade.

“5G has been an accelerant,” he said when proverb to investors on a conference call last month. He added that although the technology is spreading throughout some places, like China, the EU and US, anunexperienced parts of the world haven’t begun using it as much. And so as 5G expands, he said, “I think there’s reason to be optimistic.”

While the iPhone will be a key publishes we see at Apple’s event this year, and liable what most people focus their attention on, the company’s anticipated to have other devices to show off. Those implicated new Mac computers with upgraded chips and new iPads.