Apple iPhone 14 series is said to be launched on the 7th of September
Many Apple devotees are eagerly awaiting the release of Apple’s next-generation iPhone 14 series. Despite this, it was widely reported that Apple would release a new line of iPhones this September and that among them would be two “regular” versions, two “pro” models, and a brand-new “Max” model. But there were rumors leading up to the announcement that the Cupertino behemoth would be pushing back the launch event by a day, so here’s what we know:
Numerous rumors and leaks suggested at first that Apple’s next flagship smartphone would debut at the company’s fall presentation, which has been speculated to take place on September 6. Even so, we now have more rumors suggesting Apple may be hastening the release of its forthcoming new flagship by a day. This new iPhone is the first of many items to be released by Apple this fall. Others include updated versions of the Mac and iPad as well as new versions of the Apple Watch. In addition, a separate event, possibly in October, could be held to introduce their new Macs and iPads.
This year’s new Apple Watch Series and updated iPhones are scheduled for a September debut, and after the event, it typically takes about a week and a half for the iPhones to become available for purchase at retail outlets. Apple may follow a similar strategy this time around as well. In terms of the launch event itself, Apple has stuck with its tradition of releasing new iPhones and the Apple Watch via live web broadcast and a public event.
Some reports state that Apple employees have already begun filming the debut presentation and have been preparing for it for weeks. There are still three weeks until Apple’s scheduled unveiling of these new goods, and there is always the possibility that the company will make a last-minute change.