Apple’s ‘Far Out’ event on September 7: iPhone 14 series, Apple watch and more to expect | Technology News

New Delhi: It’s that time of year again. The Techtember has arrived, which means that the new iPhones will be revealed at Apple’s big event on September 7 in Cupertino. However, there are bound to be some surprises this time around, which may elicit a mixed set of reactions from Apple fans.

According to top analysts and Apple watchers, four new iPhones are on the way: the iPhone 14, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. However, we may see a new iPhone this year – a standard non-Pro model with a larger 6.7-inch screen.

So, if you prefer a Pro Max size device but don’t want to pay extra money, a standard version with a larger screen may be released very soon.

However, there is some bad news for all the iPhone mini lovers. According to reports, Apple may discontinue smaller iPhones altogether, making the iPhone 13 mini the last device with a 4.7-inch screen.

This year’s event invite included the slogan “Out of reach,” which could be Apple’s way of hinting at a new feature for astrophotography on the iPhone.

iPhone enthusiasts also hope for a better camera sensor and a more attractive design. However, if the rumors are to be believed, Apple may finally ditch the notch in favor of a simpler design. We can only hope that Apple will follow the lead of Android pioneer in this regard.

New Apple Watches are on the way, but there is a twist. While a new model is expected from the Series 8 and SE, Apple may also launch a third “Pro” model. The new watch, designed for a more durable use case, is expected to have a larger screen. A body temperature sensor and improved sleep monitoring capabilities can be added to the lineup.

Yes, there’s always something more than expected happening at Apple events, and that could be the elusive AirPods Pro 2. Three years later, Apple may finally be upgrading its flagship TWS earbuds.

So, if you’re in the market for a new Apple device, hold your breath and only make an informed buying decision after September 7.

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