The Apple Event that is expected to unveil new iPhones and Apple Watches this year, as well as announce the release dates for Apple’s new operating systems, is set for Tuesday, September 10, this week.
Here is what you can expect to see at the event:
- iPhone 11: We already pretty much know that Apple is going to be unveiling this year’s new iPhone 11. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. It has also been said that the new iPhones will have three camera lenses on them.
- Apple Watch Series 5: This looks to be more of an “S” year for the Apple Watch. Last year, the company increased the screen size of the Apple Watch Series 4, which was great and necessary for the device. However, based off what we saw at WWDC 2019 and that there have not been many rumors about this year’s model, it looks as though this could be the year where Apple is not as focused on the Apple Watch.
- Operating System Release Dates: Like I said at the beginning, we should be able to find out when the new operating systems come out, such as iOS 13, macOS Catalina, iPadOS, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13.
- Tile-Like Product: Apple has been rumored to be developing a Tile-like product and service so that users can track their devices better. We might see Apple finally unveil this product to the public.
- A New Apple TV: This one is pure speculation and there have not been many rumors about this. Still, we could see a new Apple TV given the fact that Apple will at some point be releasing Apple Arcade and Apple TV+, it may be important for them to also release a new Apple TV box with it. Apple has not had a new Apple TV release since the Apple TV 4K in 2017.
- Launch Date for Apple TV+: It could be the day where Apple unveils a launch date and official price for Apple TV+, the company’s new streaming service. It would be a good idea if they did too because they’re going to be playing a lot of catch up with Disney+, Netflix and Hulu.
- Launch Date for Apple Arcade: The new Apple gaming service is set to cost $4.99 per month, but of course, that is only a rumor. Hopefully, at this event, we will be able to get an official launch date, though.
Apple’s September event will be on Tuesday, September 10, and begin at 10 a.m. PT. If you want to know how to watch and stream the event, click here.
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