September 7 – Save the Date! Apple’s “Far Out” iPhone 14 event is official…

Finally, as it turned out the rumors once again fell… in, as a few days ago we reported that the event at which Apple will announce the new iPhones had “lock up” for September 7 and indeed this is the date on which we will have the opportunity to know it iPhone 14 (and more). According to the largest sites abroad, Apple has already started sending the first invitations, with the words “Far Out”, giving us a foretaste of the moods of the iconic technology company.

The presentation is expected to take place exclusively through online streaming from the official Apple channels and will start around 20:00 Greek time. Based on what we know, Apple will announce 4 new iPhones (14), with the leaks saying that the line-up of the new iPhones will include a “core” model at 6.1 inches, an iPhone 14 Max (6.7 inches), an iPhone 14 Pro (6.1 inches) and finally an iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.7”). Apple will not proceed in the release of one mini model, as in previous years, due to extremely low sales of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 Mini. The strong point of the iPhone 14 will be none other than the Bionic A16 chipset, while in the “lower” models we will have to wait more RAMolder autonomy and improved capabilities in the camera field.

In addition to the new iPhones, Apple is also going to renew the line-up of its wearableswith the row 8 of the Apple Watch to have a Pro model, which will be boosted with a larger screen, while the dominant material will be the super durable titanium. At the same time, according to well-informed sources, all new models of the 8 series will feature sensor which will record the temperature in the body, informing its user if he has developed a fever. Finally, in the event of 7her September we are going to get to know the new improved ones AirPods Pro.

So save the date on September 7th and stay tuned, where for one more year we will undertake to take you to the heart of developments!


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