Apple To Hold Its Annual Event On September 15 Virtually, To Stream Live On Website


Tech giant Apple has finally announced the schedule of its annual hardware-focused event. The show will take place on September 15. The company organizes a show every year in September. It attracts millions of people from all over the world. This year’s event will be different from the previous ones. The company said that the September 15 show will be held online. The event will take place virtually to cut the threat of coronavirus. Apple said that the event will be streamed live. People can visit the company’s website to see what Apple unveils at the much-awaited event. It will start at 10 am Pacific Time.

The September show is Apple’s most important event in the year. The company showcases and launches a series of next general devices. This time as well, Apple is likely to unveil several products. But the announcement regarding the upcoming show on the company’s website doesn’t carry its typical tag line. The tag line gives a hint about what Apple will launch. There is an indication that it will only launch the Apple Watch. The new iPhones series 12 could be delayed as the company has no plans in place to ship the new iPhones at least until October.

The company has already said that it will launch four iPhones in 2020. The models are iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone Pro Max. All the handsets will be 5G compatible. The models will come with a different design and wider screen sizes. The company aims to push its holiday sales with the iPhone series 12 and the new Apple Watch. Apple is also believed to be redesigning an iPad Air. Besides, work is currently underway on a smaller HomePod. Also, Apple is likely to release its first pair of over-ear headphones. Before 2020 ends, Apple has said that it will launch the first Mac with its processors. It will replace Intel. Apple is also likely to unveil a new TV with a faster processor that will aim to improve the gaming experience.