Apple might release its next-generation iPhones a day later than was expected earlier. Apple has a tradition of releasing its new iPhones 14 series on the first or second Tuesday of September, except in 2020. The iPhone 13 series, for example, came out on September 14, the second Tuesday of September. The Cupertino company has different plans for the iPhone 14 series this year. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg says that Apple will launch the lineup on September 7 instead of September 6. Which was previously thought to be the date. Follow Stoptechy for lates news.
Also, as usual, four iPhones will be on the market this year. The line could include the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max. iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. But there won’t be an iPhone 14 Mini.
Apple events in 2022
In addition to releasing the iPhone 14 line on September 7. A reporter for Bloomberg says that Apple has told its corporate staff that they must work in person for three days starting on September 5. Also, the company told people who work in stores to get ready for the new Apple products to come out on September 16. The same day the first leak said they would be sold.
In September, iOS 16 for iPhone and watchOS 9 for Apple Watch will be the latest versions of Apple’s operating systems (OS). In October, users of Macs will get macOS Ventura, and iPad users will get the newest update to iPadOS.
Apple will also show off its new Apple Watch series, including a refreshed Apple Watch SE and a Pro model with a new look. A bigger screen, and a more durable build. In October, Apple will hold another event where a new low-cost iPad, updated iPad Pro models. A Mac Pro with Apple silicon chips will be shown.