Even if you’re not a die-hard Apple fan, you’re probably most likely watched in a few minutes from some Apple announcement event. The company’s traditional events, which take place on average once a quarter, include many launches when the event most people expect takes place in September, as this is the traditional date when the company announces the new iPhone series.
The only factor that caused the company to deviate from its custom, rather than announce the iPhones in September, is the corona crisis, which led to the postponement of the October announcement. A report published over the weekend in DigiTimes suggests that maybe this time too, Apple will change the dates.
According to the report, Apple is expected to hold a number of announcement events in September, contrary to the company’s tradition, which tends to showcase many products at the same event and not split the announcement. Splitting the announcement event into several dates in September is different from the way the company operated last year – in which the traditional fall announcements took place in September, October and November.
As mentioned, based on the dates on which the company’s events were held in the past, along with various reports, it can be estimated that one of the events (or the only event – if Apple chooses not to split the announcements) will take place in mid-September. The apparent date is September 14 – as the company usually holds the events in mid-September and on Tuesdays.
According to the report, and a number of previous publications, Apple is expected to release a large number of products at these events, including: the iPhone 13 series, the seventh generation of Apple Watch, the third generation of AirPods, a new iPad mini, a new iPad and a 14-inch Pro bottle and 16 inches.