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another Apple launch day. The company’s virtual event has only just begun, and we don’t expect it Tim Cook first informed us that the and new additions to the would be the highlight, although we still await some software and subscription service updates. You can follow the event on our YouTube channel or the stream from Apple on its website.
The invitation had the slogan “Time Flies”, which indicates that the Apple Watch will use the event as a headline. But it is tooThis could refer to a time-of-flight sensor supposedly coming to the iPhone this year, like the one on the iPad Pro 2020, or improved ARKit capabilities in the next iPad Air.
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It is official:So it has to be a start day. The company holds a and while we don’t expect To be announced, this is expected to be revealed and new additions to the . The event is scheduled for September 15 at 10 a.m. (1 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. UK) and Apple will be streaming the event on its website.
The updated Apple Watch, which is the successor to theand will run Rumor has it that battery life is longer, sleep tracking and blood oxygen readings have been updated. The iPad Air will likely need an update too. Improvements could include a bigger display, faster processor (possibly the A13 Bionic chipset), and possibly a USB Type-C connection instead of Apple’s Lightning connector.
As for the iPhone 12, the company hasn’t released any information on its next phone launch yet, although we wouldn’t be surprised if Apple didn’t show a quick test during the September 15 event. While Apple confirmed that the new iPhone will be available “a few weeks later” than the usual launch in mid-September,will be either October 13th or 14th.
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