Apple Store goes down before iPad Air and Apple Watch Series 6 event


The Apple Store is ahead of Apple’s September schedule, where the company hopes to announce a new redesign for the iPad Air and Apple Watch series. The new Watch lineup will include a high-end model with a new blood oxygen sensor. And an entry-level cheaper model that will replace the $ 199 Apple Watch Series 3 that Apple currently sells.

Today’s Apple event ended at 10 am Pacific time. Stay tuned to 9to5Mac for complete coverage of all announcements.

Apple’s September show is usually the place where Apple announces the latest iPhone. However, the iPhone 12 feature is not expected at this event. Due to the epidemic, mass production of the iPhone 12 was delayed. This means that the new iPhone 12 lineup will start being sold in October, and Apple is believed to be preparing another Apple event for the time.

In place of the iPhone launch, today’s “Time Flies” event will feature the unveiling of a redesigned iPad Air, new Apple Watch models, and possibly the ‘Apple One’ bundle initiative.

The new Air will include thinner bezels and be similar to the iPad Pro lineup in terms of industrial design, but will use the Touch ID power button instead of Face ID to save costs. Rumors of the Apple Watch point to the addition of a blood oxygen sensor, and a faster CPU.

Other possible Apple product announcements include AirTag, AirPods Studio Over-Ear Headphones, a new HomePod, and tees for the upcoming Apple Silicon Mac. However, there is no consensus on whether these products are ready for today’s announcement, or if they are coming later as part of the October iPhone event.

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