Apple will host an event on September 7 to present iPhone 14 smartphones, approves Bloomberg, which refers to anonymous sources familiar with this issue. Mark Gurman's note states that the event can be postponed to a slightly later date, but given that the company usually delivers presentations in the first half of September, it seems unlikely.
Since the world has not yet finished with the COVID-19 pandemic, the presentation of the new Apple devices will take place as part of an online broadcast by Gurman. The event is expected to include iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Models with the word Pro in the title can obtain more changes than their predecessors. There have been rumors that the company will reject them and move the frontal camera into the screen. The screen itself will have the function of Always-on Display, while the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will use the new generation of A-series processors as the basis for the iPhone 14.
In recent years Apple has released smartphones shortly after their launch, and according to Gurman, the company has contacted its store staff and told them to prepare for the release of new products around 16 September.
Apple is also expected to announce new smart hours at Apple Watch, including a new secure version of the device and an updated version of Apple Watch SE. In addition, Apple is reportedly preparing for the release of a new generation of wireless AirPods Pro earphones that will be supported by Lossless audio, as well as a new iPad tablet with no headphones and other devices.