The technology giant Apple plans to hold the launch event for the new iPhones on September 7, according to a Bloomberg report. iPhone revenues make up more than half of Apple’s sales as a whole. So far Apple has presented good data and good sales, without predicting a drop in demand – unlike its companies in the field.
At the upcoming event, four iPhone 14 models are planned to be launched, and apparently also some Mac computers, iPads, and three models of Apple watches. Similar to the previous events – this event will also take place in a virtual format and will not include a physical event. Employees have already begun recording their segments as part of the press conference over the past few weeks, according to Bloomberg.
An Apple spokesman declined to comment on the Bloomberg report. However, it is important to mention that Apple launches its devices in the first half of September, so that is why the date is aimed there.
The new iPhones are expected to include upgrades in the photography setup that will look bigger to consumers, improvements in battery life and other features. The models themselves are expected to change, with the Mini model not continuing.