Apple is rumored to be launching the iPhone 14 series in the near future. The latest report shared by Bloomberg explains that the iPhone 14 series will be introduced at the Apple Event in September.
Rumor has it that the September Apple Event, which will introduce the new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch, will be held on September 7.
While the pre-order period for the iPhone 14 will open on September 9 and official sales at the Apple Store begin on September 16.
If the Apple Event takes place on September 7, it is very likely that invitations or announcements will be distributed on September 1, aka early next month.
In addition, Apple Event September is predicted to still use the online format. Apple still maintains health protocols by not inviting many guests like WWDC or other Apple Events.
Live Streaming of the Apple Event will be held on the web at Apple.com and there may also be limited invitations.
Invitees who attend can watch live streaming videos and immediately try new products introduced after the event.
The new products at the Apple Event September 2022 that became the strongest rumors were the iPhone 14 series and the new Apple Watch.
For the iPhone 14, some previous rumors explained that Apple will use only 2 sizes.
That is 6.1 inches for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. Then 6.7 inches for iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Yes, Apple is rumored to be removing the size of the iPhone mini this year.
As for the Apple Watch, it's different from the previous year. Rumors this time Apple will release several types of Apple Watch.
The first is the Apple Watch Series 8, then the new generation Apple Watch SE and finally the Apple Watch Pro.
The Apple Watch Pro device is predicted to use a larger body and a new, more robust design with a titanium body and a longer battery life.
In addition to the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch, Apple still has several new products that will be introduced this year.
Namely the 10th generation iPad, iPad Pro, Mac Pro with Apple Silicon CPU and several others.
iPhone 14 launch may be delayed due to political tensions between China and Taiwan