Apple revealed an event on September 15th this morning, and because the iPhone event takes place every spring in Apple, it may be expected that the forthcoming event would bring up the iPhone 12 line-up. There are some rumors going out there that Apple will only launch the new iPhone devices in October. Instead, new iPads and Apple Watch versions will be included in this September event.
The event in September might be an iPhone launch according to some, but the one this year, as Apple reported in July, is being postponed. In October rather than September, Apple expects the iPhone 12 launch to run a few weeks longer than usual. It is, of course, the year when 5G contributed to slow down mobile sales — but COVID has brought a lot of work into these initiatives, like virtually any other part of our lives. The pandemic also poses concerns about whether or not the company is able, or needs yet another digital event, to launch the latest product on schedule for the next week.
The launch as for iPhone 12 is likely to be stepped up with the more cheap devices instead of Pro models, yet another reason Apple may want to delay the release until October. This might be another reason for Apple to pause the launch. According to sources, the iPhone 12 is intended to be fitted with an OLED screen with better screen resolution in comparison to the iPhone 11 which has an IPS LCD panel. Though the notch will be the same, the technology of Face ID will be revised to make it simpler and easier to use by Apple.
There was further collapse in the mobile industry due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as per the new analyst estimates, the iPhone did not take about as much a fall like any of its rivals. The pandemic has badly affected many company’s supply chains. On again call in July, the company acknowledged the release of the iPhone 12 and stated that this device will be released “a couple of weeks later,” although it was an unusual step for the company, but these times are fairly different.
Reportedly, Apple is working on series 6 of its Apple Watch, which is intended to have a big improvement to blood oxygen tracking. Many rumors were also recorded about 10.8-11-inch iPad models with edge-to-edge screen and touch ID either inserted into the Power button or screen. If there is no such thing as iPhone getting launched in this event, then you can expect something like over-the-ear “AirPods Studio” headsets, AirTags, and a tiny homepod, all speculated to be a fall-off. We might also see such devices as the first Arm-based MAC (speculated 13-inch MacBook Pro). Not to mention, the iPhones launching now will have new designs, upgraded cameras, and 5G features in the future.
The new Apple Watch will definitely be featured in the 15th September event. This product remains a major business seller for Apple — not to mention a leading product in its category. Many reports, including the development of a pulse oximeter and blood oxygen levels, appear to target the device on health tracking. Another good thing is improved battery capacity, which is important in view of the new edition of the sleep monitoring device from watchOS.
On September 15th Apple event, iOS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 7, and macOS Big Sur can also be announced, which are in beta trials since June. It is expected that Apple will also announce that by the end of the year, the first Mac to operate its own processors would replace Intel Corp. The following improvements are expected this month for iPhone and iPad devices, including Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac device upgrades.