Apple’s ‘Far Out’ event is expected to unveil multiple new iPhone models and update the line of Apple Watches. It’s also expected to debut Macs and new iPad Pro models. Several Apple Watch models are also expected to be introduced, including the latest Series 8 Apple Watch and updated Apple Watch SE.
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Apple’s ‘Far Out’ event
Apple’s upcoming September 7 event is being teased with an invitation featuring the Apple logo against a night sky. The invitation text suggests a variety of possibilities, including the release of new handsets and the integration of satellite communications. Some analysts speculate that the tagline may refer to a new astrophotography mode. Other rumor mills point to a surprise announcement or a project planned for the long term.
Apple’s ‘Far Out’ online media event is scheduled to begin at 10:00am PT/1pm ET. Live streamed video of the keynote is expected to be available on Apple’s website and on YouTube.
Apple is scheduled to launch the iPhone 14 and AirPods Pro 2 at a special event on September 12 at 10:30 p.m. IST. The event will be broadcast live on its official YouTube channel and website. Several other devices are also expected to be unveiled at the event. Among these, the iPhone 14 series is expected to have a larger screen and be cheaper than the iPhone 13 model. The company may also launch two different variations of the Apple Watch Series 8, as well as an updated version of the Apple Watch SE.
If you’re interested in following the Apple event live, there are several ways to watch the broadcast: Apple’s website, its official YouTube channel, and its Apple TV app. You can also tune into Apple’s event through a live blog on the website. There will be a full breakdown of the event, reactions to the reveals, and analysis of the new products.
Apple Watch 8
Apple’s event is expected to reveal the new Apple Watch Series 8 and the cheaper Apple Watch SE 2 models. The company is also expected to unveil new AirPods Pro wireless headphones, which will feature a new H1 chip and Bluetooth 5.2 support. iOS 16 is also expected to be announced.
The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California. The company has sent out invitations that are cryptic. One of them has the words “Far Out,” which might be a hint at satellite-calling capabilities.
AirPods Pro 2
Apple is expected to announce the AirPods Pro 2 at an event live today. The first AirPods Pro went on sale in October of 2018, but the rumours are that the AirPods Pro 2 will come with some upgrades. These upgrades could include a new design with an in-ear wing-tip, as well as a Lossless Audio Codec (LAC) that ditches Bluetooth altogether. The new design is expected to be thinner, and have improved connectivity, noise cancellation, and battery life.
Apple is expected to update the H1 chip, which powers the audio-related functions of the AirPods Pro. This upgrade could lead to improvements in audio quality, latency, and Siri-powered features. It could also introduce Apple Lossless audio support. Bluetooth 5.2 support is also expected in the next generation of AirPods, which would allow them to communicate with other Bluetooth devices. This would improve the audio quality and efficiency.
Anker’s new charger
Anker has a brand new 30-watt USB-C charger. Dubbed the Nano 3, this charger uses GaN technology and is incredibly compact. It measures just 1.12 inches across and 1.4 inches long. It features the same power output as Apple’s 30-watt USB-C charger, but it’s 70 percent smaller. The new charger is also compatible with select Apple devices, including the new iPhone 14.
Anker says the new charger will provide 30W of power via the USB-C Port and charge an iPad 50% in 45 minutes. The company also claims that the charger could recharge a MacBook Air. Another highlight of the new charger is that it’s 70% smaller than Apple’s 30W USB-C charger and uses foldable plugs.
Apple set to reveal iPhone 14, new Apple Watch at ‘Far Out’ event By washingtonpost.com