Apple is set to announce new gadgets later today, but rumour has it the next-generation iPhone will be kept back until October 2020. I keep reading that it may be around October the 5th they will announce the upcoming iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.
Today Apple’s event won’t be about iPhones or Macs. It will be most likely about iPads and Apple Watches, so if those are things of your interest — or if you keen on knowing what else Apple may have been working on — then you may want to watch the live stream of today’s events.
What to expect? Its all in this phrase the “Time Flies”, you can probably expect two new Apple Watches: a high-end successor to the Series 5 (now the Series SE), and another one – a cheaper version to replace the current Series 3. Another bet is on a new, redesigned iPad Air. There is the chatter of a new, more low-cost HomePod and new subscription bundles.
And who knows what more?
If you are curious and want to find out, watch the keynote and follow tech news online for some more expert commentary.
When does Apple’s event start?
It starts today, September 15th 2020, at 1PM ET / 10AM PT / 6PM BST.
Where can I watch Apple’s event?
There is a live stream video from the Verge embedded here above this paragraph, so you can stay here & watch the event when it begins. Otherwise, head to these links:
- The Verge’s live blog –> expert commentary
- Apple stream video on their site & on their YouTube