Apple is holding an event on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theater on its Apple Park school, where it’s expected to make several statements about upcoming products– the greatest of which will likely be the debut of 3 new iPhones
Apple is introducing its new iPhone– as it has done every September given that 2012– at a time when the smart device market has been in decline for 7 consecutive quarters. With iPhone sales dwindling, the Cupertino, California-based innovation giant has progressively focused on other growing item locations such as its services and wearables division. We’re likely to hear more about what Apple has in store for those product classifications too.
Here’s whatever we’re expecting to see from Apple CEO Tim Cook and his team of execs at the big occasion, which begins at 10 a.m. Pacific on Tuesday.
3 brand-new iPhones.
The star of the show will unquestionably be the intro of three new iPhones to succeed the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. It’s uncertain what these brand-new iPhones will be called, but reports suggest the 2 brand-new high-end iPhones could be called the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.
The greatest change can be found in this year’s iPhone will likely be the introduction of a triple video camera sensing unit, which would put Apple’s smartphones on par with Android competitors. That third electronic camera will likely be an ultra wide-angle cam similar to the one found on Samsung’s Galaxy S10, which uses a substantially broader field of view.
Otherwise, the new iPhones are anticipated to feature reverse wireless charging, which would allow users to power accessories like AirPods simply by resting them on the back of the phone, and improved Face ID. The more economical iPhone XR may also come in brand-new colors including green and purple.
That’s all according to reports from Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, and remarks made by TF Securities expert Ming-Chi Kuo that have actually been reported by 9to5Mac and other Apple blog sites.
A brand-new Apple Watch
Apple generally releases a new Apple Watch along with its fresh iPhones in September, so there’s a possibility it might do so again this year.
The next-generation Apple Watch, which could be called the Apple Watch Series 5, might come in brand-new finishes, according to Bloomberg. These brand-new options could consist of titanium and ceramic, as a leakage hidden in the watchOS 6 beta discovered by iHelp BR suggests.
Apple is likewise anticipated to introduce sleep tracking to the Apple Watch, a function that rivals like Fitbit have actually long offered, reports Bloomberg.
More details on Apple’s upcoming services
Apple took the covers off its long-rumored relocation into subscription-based home entertainment services in March.
However it has yet to reveal crucial details about Apple TELEVISION Plus and Apple Arcade, such as how much these services will cost, when they will be released, or what the selection of content will resemble at launch.
We’re expecting to get at least some of those answers during Apple’s fall occasion, particularly considering the company has been releasing trailers for upcoming shows that will be part of Apple TV Plus.
New software application for iPhones, iPads, and more
Apple will likewise probably reveal when the new software updates for its product lineup will be available, as it has done during its September event in years past.
Apple unveiled brand-new software application for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV during its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, as it typically does throughout the occasion. The updates typically roll out to the general public in the fall, usually in the September timeframe, so there’s a strong opportunity we’ll find out more about the availability of these updates next week.
Other various product statements
Apple is reported to be dealing with numerous other new gadgets, although it’s unclear if we’ll see them next week since the company typically focuses its September keynote on iPhone and Apple Watch announcements.
The company is expected to introduce a new MacBook Pro with a 16-inch screen, a new iPad Pro, and a brand-new entry-level iPad prior to the year is over, according to Bloomberg. It likewise hasn’t announced when the $6,000 Mac Pro it revealed in June will be launched. Nevertheless, Apple typically waits until October to debut new Mac and iPad items, so we might not see these brand-new products just yet.
Apple might also be dealing with a Tile-like Bluetooth device that you can put on items like your secrets or wallet to track them via your iPhone, according to 9to5Mac.
A focus on privacy
Apple has stressed the importance of privacy recently, especially as companies like Facebook and Google have actually come under fire for the way they collect and deal with consumer data.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has openly stated on various events that privacy is a basic human right, and that the consumer is not the product for Apple since its company doesn’t heavily count on advertising as Google and Facebook products do. It’s even centered its product advertisements around personal privacy in current months.
There’s a chance Apple executives will mention personal privacy and security once again throughout its anticipated iPhone reveal next week.