Like WWDC 2020, the September Apple event is online-only, and will begin on 16 September in Australia at 10am PT / 1pm EST / 6pm BST (4am AEDT). Although Apple has not yet confirmed where to watch it, the precedent suggests that it will be livestreamed on Apple’s website and YouTube.
Following rumors of an incident on 8 September, Apple confirmed the date of 15 September with an adorable augmented reality logo in an email sent to the press. This is already the cause of some speculation (blue color in the phone? Smooth high refresh rate screen?), With the tagline of the event, Time Fly:
See you in 7 days! #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/zDXneII5diSeptember 8, 2020
What we heard from bloomberg Mark gurman It is that the iPhone 12 may not be revealed until October, suggesting that it will not appear on the September 15 event either.
However, this has not been confirmed yet, so Tim Cook will speak the word “iPhone” on stage at every opportunity. The ‘time fly’ may be a subtle indication that only the Apple Watch 6 and other devices (perhaps the iPad Air 4, as rumored) will be announced, although here’s what we’re hoping to see.
Apple watch 6
We heard many rumors that the Apple Watch would be revealed as early as September 6, but on the date we expected to see it, Apple announced a Time Fly event instead. Sufficiently justified – and with a name like this, we can assume that we will see the smartwatch unveiled on 15 September.
We are not expecting that the Apple Watch 6 will be significantly different from its predecessor, but rumors suggest some features that might come in the smartwatch. Most likely is a SpO2 sensor to track oxygen levels in the blood, which, like many other wearables Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, arrived in 2020.
More obvious predictions include a patent suggesting that the wearer may find a Touch ID fingerprint scanner within the display. Another rumor indicates that the watch may also come with a temperature sensor.
Ipad air 4
Rumors suggested the iPad Air 4 to be launched in September with the Apple Watch 6, and we are expecting it to be revealed at the Apple event. Of all the devices to be launched, this is what we are expecting the most after Apple’s next smartwatch.
While we’re not expecting huge improvements on the iPad Air 3, the iPad Air 4 can discharge the Lightning port for USB-C and expand from a 10.5-inch screen size to an 11-inch display – both Supporters copy the latest iPad.
Other possible features include switching from Touch ID to Face ID in the Home button for biometric authentication – and possibly doing away with the Home button altogether, though disagreeing about what will happen.
Based on the rumor, the iPad Air 4 can receive four stereo speakers and pack the same A14-equivalent chipset as it would appear on the iPhone 12.
Since Apple usually revealed the range of its iPhones in September of previous years, we expected the iPhone 12 to be on deck to be announced at the Apple Event of the Flies. But this is not possible.
Gurman elaborated on his claim Bloomberg The report, stating that the phones will not launch until October. According to Bloomberg report, the iPhone 12 will have a redesigned, updated camera and 5G support.
Rumors and leaks over the past months have outlined what we’re expecting in Apple’s next flagship phone, which includes a metal case with square-off edges that we haven’t seen since the iPhone 5S, but The model was recently reintroduced in the latest iPad Pro.
We are also expecting four different iPhone 12 models – two cheap and low-feature devices iPhone 11 (coming in 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch screen sizes), and two pricier versions (6.-inch and 6.7-in) inch display size) which will likely be iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. We expect one or more expensive models to be 5G-capable, but not a more affordable pair.
We’ve been expecting Apple AirTags for quite some time, and since they didn’t appear at WWDC 2020, the September Apple event is the next time we’ll see a tile-tracker like Apple carry the goods. It may be as planned, as one the leak Suggested that a dedicated AirTags app be part of iOS 14, which could be released after the show.
We’ve heard some rumors about how the device will work – much like Tile, you are reportedly able to track airtags (and Irgo, whatever it’s clipped into, such as keys or bags) via an iOS app. Will be
But rumors point to other tracking capabilities, such as AR capabilities that allow users to point their cameras around to find digital balloons, representing the wrong airtags that are in the range of your iPhone. But what if it is out of range? The rumored ‘Lost Mode’ uses other iPhones as a trap network to ping the lost AirTag.
iOS 14, watchOS 7 and iPadOS 14
The new phone software – iOS 14 – will likely come out in September that compatible iPhones (iPhone 6s and newer) will be able to run. We are also likely to hear the exact release date for the new software on 15 September.
Apple has confirmed iOS 14, watchOS 7 and iPadOS 14 at its WWDC event in the first year. If anything can happen in previous years, we are likely to see all three updates land before the end of the month and we can hear the exact release date on Tuesday.
In our predictions above we may be completely mistaken, and we may be somewhat surprised at this event.
So far, it seems almost certain that we’re seeing a new Apple Watch and a new iPad at the event, but it could be that Apple plans to unveil something else entirely.