Apple Event set for 15th September
After months of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally revealed the date of its last product event, and it’s September 15th.
A new iPhone is what we all want to see, with rumors of the iPhone 12 ramping up over the past few months. Will there be an iPhone 5G? How many new iPhones will there be? What will the iPhone 12’s camera look like? Will the outing be delayed because of the Coronavirus?
Apple’s launch this year will not take place at the Steve Jobs Theater like previous launches, as the coronavirus pandemic has only brought big events to a halt. Like many other product launches, the next Apple event will be an online-only stream, much like the company’s previous WWDC live stream event.
Now, we have no official word on what we’ll see, as Apple has kept details vague as usual. We expect to see a new lineup of iPhones, with potentially four new handsets set to be revealed – could it be the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the iPhone 12 5G?
However, it’s also possible that Apple won’t reveal the new iPhone 12 and instead use the event to just show off the new iPad and Apple Watch.
Famous Apple, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, has often been right when it comes to iPhone news and has said the September 15th event will indeed only be Apple Watch 6 and iPad. Air 4. It goes to say that we won’t even get a preview of the iPhone 12 until October.
I’m told Apple won’t announce the iPhone until October. This is for the iPad and Apple Watch in all likelihood. https://t.co/pw1oVXVoaL
– Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 8, 2020
There are also rumors that Apple may also introduce new products like Apple AirTags, AirPods Studio and HomePod 2.
The event will take place online at 10:00 am PT in America, or 6:00 pm BST here in the UK – it will be available on Apple’s website, YouTube and other streaming sites.