Apple will host an iPhone 13 launch event on September 14. To begin with, an invitation to a virtual “California Streaming” event has been sent out to media members, and we know some things about what may be shown and how it will be shown due to some leaks. Fans expect the Apple Watch Series 7 and iPhone 13 line to be announced at the conference. AirPods of every generation are expected to debut on Tuesday. The most recent version of the iPhone is most likely to come in four variants, each with an increasingly unwieldy name: iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Livestream for iPhone 13 launch event: plan to watch now
Apple’s upcoming California live-stream event will be at 10:00 am PDT (which is 10:30 pm IST). The event will be streamed live on Apple’s site. Users can also mark their calendars for when the show will air and get an alert on their Apple devices the moment it’s available. It will be live-streamed on Apple’s official YouTube channel and can be found there as well as being ready for viewers to watch when it airs. People who own Apple TVs can watch the keynote on their app. After the event, it will be available to view whenever it is desired. Or they can simply watch the Apple iPhone 13 launch event livestream here:
Features and specifications of the iPhone 13 series (expected)
I heard the iPhone 13s will have larger camera sensors and won’t have such small notches as the iPhones before them. It was also discovered that the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max now feature improved ultra-wide cameras.
There will reportedly be 64GB and 128GB storage options for the standard iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. Contrary to what we were expecting, Apple will release three new iPhones in 2019. These devices will include 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB models. There’s talk of a new, 1 TB storage capacity for the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max coming out this year.
The colours to expect are Black, Blue, Pink, Purple, (PRODUCT) RED, and White. On the flip side, the iPhones 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are expected to have Black, Brown, Gold, and Silver colour schemes.
All of the iPhone 13 models are expected to be heavier and thicker. According to recent rumours, the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s battery will be up to 20% larger than the one found in last year’s model. The Pro models are rumoured to have a 60Hz refresh rate when in Low Power Mode. However, some have suggested the Pro models will have a refresh rate of 120Hz.
Leaks have revealed that the iPhone 13 may feature a “portrait cinematic video” feature, utilising a stabilising technology known as “Warp.” Users will be able to blur their backgrounds when they record video with this feature. The OIS camera system is said to operate in a more “smooth” way in its less aggressive operating mode. The developers want to include an upgrade to the night mode feature that will allow it to be aware of the presence of stars in the scene and to respond by altering the settings accordingly. A new algorithm does this, by analysing structures, adjusting shadows, and sharpening objects.
Reportedly, the satellite feature is one of the big draws. It is expected to allow people to send SOS calls or text alerts while stranded in isolated places, such as those dealing with a sinking ship or plane crash. This should only be successful in areas with no cellular coverage, and it may only work in specific locations. Apple will add the functionality next year, and the iPhone 13 will not have it until then. Even though hardware support will be available in the iPhone 13 range, it will take a few months to put the feature out in the field. The iPhone 13 will be incapable of acting as a satellite phone, with all the subsequent advantages that carries. Furthermore, it will be impossible to call anywhere in the world except where cellular service is present.
Although early predictions had forecast an increase in the cost of chip production, thus necessitating a higher iPhone 13 price, a recent report disputes this idea and contends that there will be no increase in the price range. Improvements were made to the Face ID technology, according to claims. It’s reported to work while wearing a mask, in foggy glasses, and a cap. Apple Watch-like Always On displays and Wi-Fi 6E support are rumoured to come with the Apple Watch 4.
Features and specifications of the Apple Watch Series 7 (expected)
Aside from the iPhone 13 line, the Apple Watch Series 7 is anticipated to be announced at Apple’s California Streamer event. The latest Apple Watch is expected to have a flat display and a screen size that is larger than the Series 6. This version will more closely match the look of the iPhone and iPad. It’s reasonable to expect that the battery life on the Apple Watch Series 7 will surpass that of the first model. This year’s upgrades won’t be health-related, according to Gurman. Instead, Apple will focus on a new design with flatter edges, a new display, and a new chip.
Details about AirPods 3 specifications and features (expected)
It is speculated that the third generation AirPods will be announced alongside other devices at the upcoming Apple keynote. The device maker may name it AirPods 3, and the new version may mimic the Pro. Perhaps, the wireless charging case will come standard with the next generation of AirPods. The case, which is expected to have a 20% larger battery than the previous generation, is designed to charge the cell phone. AirPods Pro will likely have batteries about the same size as the ones in AirPods. The bass and low ends will likely be more impressive.