Tech giant Apple has this morning announced an event at its Cupertino headquarters which is expected to be where they reveal the new iPhone 14 devices.
Apple’s September event will be the first since before the pandemic to be held in the prestigious Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park, and selected invited media and people will be in attendance as a guests of Apple.
While Apple doesn’t say in their invitation to select media what will be announced, rumours, speculation and a pretty consistent release schedule points to the next iPhone being announced at the Steve Jobs Theatre at 3am on the morning of Wednesday, September 8, here in Australia.
Apple’s invitations are also well known to be vague yet indicative, with this year’s titled “Far Out”, which could point to new camera zoom capabilities or night time photography features with the Apple logo on the invite made out of what could be interpreted as stars or galaxies.
The event is slightly earlier than many recent iPhone announcements, though it’s not unusual for Apple to announce in the first week and a half of September.
It’s expected four iPhone 14 variants will be announced, alongside a new Apple Watch but there’s no talk of any surprise announcements at this stage. We expect to have cases and accessories for the iPhone 14 phones upon launch see more here https://campadelectronics.com.au/applelist.php
Here is how you can watch the event
To watch this event on September 7, go to apple.com/apple-events/ in your browser. This Apple event will also stream live on Apple’s YouTube channel and Apple TV app. Read about the announcement of the iPhone 14 here.
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