Apple is planning to hold multiple events this fall, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The Cupertino-based company will use these events to reveal new products like iPhones, Apple Watches, iPads, and Macs.
In his latest PowerOn weekly newsletter, Gurman notes that just like last year, Apple will hold multiple events this fall, likely beginning in September with the unveiling of the iPhone 13 lineup, and ending in November with Macs.
Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, last year Apple revealed the iPhone 12 lineup in an October event instead of the traditional September gathering. The 2020 September event focused on Apple Watch Series 6, SE, Apple One, and iPad Air 4.
This year Apple is expected to return to the traditional iPhone unveiling in September, with Gurman noting that the iPhone 13 will feature new camera features like ProRes.
Also in the September event, the report states that Apple will launch new 3rd-gen AirPods alongside Apple Watch Series 7 – to feature faster chip, ultra-wideband –, and iPad mini 6 – to feature thinner bezels and a larger display –.
For the much-expected MacBook Pros, Gurman expects the silicon-powered notebook to be available this November. The new MacBook Pros will feature a new design, mini-LED displays, returning ports like HDMI, SD slot, and the rumored M1X/M2 silicon chip.
Looks like this fall Apple is giving consumers many new products to choose from for the holidays, from iPhones, iPads, and AirPods, to Apple Watches, and Macs. Could the company tease something new? We have to wait and see.