Traditionally, Apple usually announces the new iPhone model during the second week of September, but the pandemic has disrupted the company’s plans and this year the announcement of the new iPhone could be delayed until October, according to Bloomberg.
But that does not mean that we will not have news from Apple until then. Today, the company has confirmed that it will hold an event on September 15 at 10 a.m. Cupertino time (7 p.m. CST) and that, like the rest of the events held this year, it will be virtual.
Although an announcement of the iPhone or the new version of the Apple Watch, also planned for these months, is not ruled out, there are other products that could be the focus of attention of the call, which includes a nod to augmented reality (one of the technologies to the ones Apple has paid the most attention in recent years).
It is expected, for example, that Apple will renew the iPad with a design more similar to that of the Pro family. Also the launch of AirPods headphones with a closed-cup design and cancellation of ambient noise, a new smaller HomePod smart speaker, and smart tags (AirTags) that allow you to find lost objects.
The company has also promised a new line of Mac computers with their own Apple Silicon processors before the end of the year and could hold another event in October with some of these developments.