What was only whispered for a few days has now been confirmed. A few seconds ago, Apple confirmed the date and time of its next event.
Apple’s event is now official, and it will be September 14
It will be a new virtual event for the firm, as it has been since the COVID-19 epidemic began. The entertainment crew from Cupertino have given the event a wry name: “California streaming.”
We already know when Apple’s next virtual keynote will take place. This year’s new iPhones will be presented during “California streaming,” an event that Tim Cook and his staff are hosting in California.
Given the iPhone 13’s anticipated release date of September 2021, it’s likely that Apple will showcase the new iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 at its keynote. It’s possible we’ll see the third-generation of AirPods as well.
A new iPad mini and an upgraded entry-level iPad are both possibilities, but we don’t think Apple will unveil them at this event. The new Macs will most likely be saved for a separate event in October or November.
“California streaming” will be streamed live on Apple’s website, YouTube channel, and through the Apple TV app on iPhones, iPads, Macs, and TVs. The usual channels for previous Apple virtual keynotes.
We expect Apple to use the event to announce firm release dates for its forthcoming software updates, including iOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15. On the other hand, macOS Monterey is unlikely to arrive until a Mac-specific event.