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Apple’s iPhone 14 Event Is In Two Days – Here Is What You Can Expect

Apple’s holding a small in-person event at its Apple Park campus and will stream the show online on September 7th, 2022, at 1PM ET.

The phone is expected to be upgraded to an A16 processing chip and will have two new colors: blue and deep purple. It will also have a faster 30W charger with 256GB of storage. The Pro line will allegedly have slimmer bezels and bigger batteries.

The new Apple Watch SE is expected to replace the budget Watch Series 3, with the same S8 chip and an upgrade over the S5 chip the 2020 SE model uses.

The rugged Apple Watch “Pro,” Gurman believes it could come with a larger “nearly 2-inch display” that’s “more shatter-resistant.” It may also sport a “strong metal” case instead of a rubberized exterior.

The watch will be anywhere from $900 to $999.

The new AirPods Pro will feature an in-ear wing tip design that drops the stem. The technology used might make the AirPods Pro 2 the first model to use the Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC).

The AirPods Pro 2 is also suspected to have a small speaker that makes a sound when you try to locate it via the Find My app.

iOS 16 has several new features, like the ability to edit and unsend messages as well as a customizable lock screen. It also introduces repositioned notifications that appear at the bottom of your lock screen and a Live Activities lock screen widget that provides updates on real-time events, such as sports scores or food delivery progress. Also, it will display the battery percentage and the battery icon side-by-side.

In addition to iOS 16, Apple could also launch watchOS 9 alongside its three new smartwatches.

Apple will return to its old pre-pandemic schedule of holding an iPhone event in September and then a separate event in October to exhibit its new iPads and Macs.

That’s when we can expect a new M2-equipped iPad Pro as well as an entry-level iPad with the A14 chip. Apple’s also rumored to release three new Macs, including a Mac Mini, Mac Pro, and MacBook Pro, all with Apple’s M2 chip.

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