Apple's SVP Worldwide Marketing Greg Joswiak announced on his Twitter site that Apple will be holding their iPhone event next Tuesday, September 14, 10 a.m. PST. The event that's branded "California Streaming" is playing off the old Mama and Papa's tune 'California Dreamin'."
With so many rumors being reported on since January, fans already know most of what's coming, though Apple always pulls off a surprise here and there.
Bloomberg reiterates that "The new iPhones are expected to have the same 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screen sizes as last year’s iPhone 12, but the devices will include camera upgrades like a video version of Portrait mode, support for the higher-quality ProRes video recording resolution and more advanced filters system.
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Also coming to this year’s models are faster A15 processors, a smaller cutout at the top of the screen and display improvements like a faster refresh rate. Whether emergency satellite service will be introduced this year is unknown.
The new Apple Watches will feature the first redesign to the product since the Series 4 in 2018. The new models will have flatter edges and displays, in addition to a sizable increase to the screen sizes. They’ll feature 41-millimeter and 45-millimeter cases, up from 40 and 44 millimeters.
The larger model will also have a screen of about 1.9 inches diagonally, up from 1.78 inches. And it will include a faster processor and updated wireless technology. But the watches have faced production snags, which could result in shortages."
Due to COVID-19 still playing havoc with digital device schedules, we're unlikely to see any major new product entries beyond updates.