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Apple: Here’s everything the company might release at its upcoming September event

There’s just over a month to go until Apple hosts its annual September event, which will spotlight new iPhone and Apple Watch models. Here’s a summary of all the rumors surrounding Apple’s event in September.

Since few changes are planned for iPhone 14, it can probably be better compared to “iPhone 13S”. While we’re planning on the same A-series design and chip, camera upgrades are a possibility. The small 5.4-inch iPhone will no longer be part of Apple’s 2022 iPhone lineup; instead, the conventional iPhone 14 series will have a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and a larger 6.7-inch iPhone 14, Max.

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While the iPhone 14 looks more like the iPhone 13S, the iPhone 14 Pro variants are not. For its more expensive and high-end iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models, Apple has planned significant improvements.

The Series 8 is expected to receive an incremental upgrade that mainly focuses on a few new features, like temperature sensing, but there are a few surprises in store as Apple is also releasing a pro version of the Apple Watch.

This year we are getting new Apple Watches in addition to the Series 8 model. Apple is updating the Apple Watch SE and launching a new, more expensive model which might be called “Apple Watch Pro”.

There will be an upgraded version of the AirPods Pro, but it’s unclear whether Apple will release the revised headphones alongside its new iPhone and Apple Watch models or at a later date.

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Although the exact date of Apple’s annual event in September is still unknown, given that they often take place during the first two or three weeks of the month, we can make reasonable assumptions. Labor Day is September 5, so that day is over. The majority of business takes place on Monday or Tuesday, however, Wednesday is oMark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai, the CEOs of two tech titans, noted that their companies had too many employees and some of them just lounging at the office. While Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, mentioned it explicitly, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, quietly expressed his concern.

Zuckerberg said there was “a group of people in the company who shouldn’t be here”, while Sundar Pichai referred to the company’s low productivity per employee. As CEOs addressed staff, their remarks served as a warning. Silicon Valley tech companies are currently poised to cut costs, so statements like these should serve as a strong signal to the workforce. sometimes a possibility.

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There will be other events before the end of the year in addition to the September Apple event. We’re also planning an October launch event for new iPad Pro models, a low-cost iPad, an updated Apple TV, and a Mac Pro built on Apple silicon.

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