How to watch Apple’s iPhone 14 launch event live
Apple’s next big event of 2022 is set to take place this week, and it’s becoming increasingly likely that we’ll see the iPhone 14 line for the first time, along with the Apple Watch Series 8, the updated Apple Watch SE, and possibly even an all-new pro-grade Apple Watch. There are also rumors that we may see AirPods Pro at an event this week – so it must be big.
The good news is that, as usual, you will be able to tune into the event from the comfort of your own home.
So, when will the event start and how can you watch it live? We break down everything you need to know about Apple’s September 2022 event right here.
When is the next Apple event?
As the tech giant confirmed, Apple’s next event is set to take place Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM EST or 6:00 PM BST. for those tuning in from the UK.
As always, it will be streaming from Apple Park in California, and it’s likely to be a pre-recorded event, as is the case with recent Apple events, although there are rumors of possible live segments following the success of WWDC 2022.
How can I watch the next Apple event live?
As with almost any other Apple event, you will be able to watch what is happening in real time. While Apple once required the use of Safari or an Apple product to view its live streams, it has removed barriers in recent years by allowing virtually anyone on any device to tune in to their events through Apple’s website.
You can watch the September event through the Apple Event website, as well as through the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac, and you can also subscribe to the announcement through YouTube. channel too.
For convenience, we’ve embedded the official live stream above, so just bookmark this page and check back later this week to see what Apple has planned.
What can I expect from Apple’s September 2022 event?
While Apple doesn’t usually reveal much about what to expect ahead of its events, leaks tend to give us an idea of what the company has planned – and there have been plenty of them lately.
The event is expected to be headlined by the new iPhone 14 lineup. The big news is that Apple has allegedly ditched the Mini form factor in favor of a new larger-screen iPhone, offering a cheaper way to get a big iPhone without opting for the top-of-the-line Pro Max model. Most of the upgrade rumors, including major camera performance upgrades and the replacement of the famous notch with a pill-shaped notch, are said to be specific to the Pro line.
In fact, it could also apply to the chipset: Rumors suggest that only the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will get the next-gen Apple A16 Bionic, while the standard iPhone 14 line will keep last year’s (still exceptional) A15 Bionic.
But what else? This looks like a big year for the Apple Watch. Not only are we expecting an Apple Watch Series 8, potentially with new health sensors to improve health monitoring, but we’re also expecting a brand new Apple Watch variant.
Described as a more durable model, the Apple Watch “Pro” is larger, more durable and even boasts longer battery life than the standard Apple Watch.
There are also rumors that we’ll see a refreshed Apple Watch SE 2 unveiled as an entry-level option as Apple ends support (and we imagine sales) for the aging Series 3 with the release of watchOS 9.
In terms of audio, there are rumors that we’ll also see the highly anticipated AirPods Pro 2 at this week’s event. While not much is known about the next generation of headphones, rumors suggest there could be new fitness-focused sensors that will provide additional health data. during workouts.
There’s also a chance that Apple could be teasing rumors about an AR/VR headset after rumors that it could launch sometime in 2023. That would be a good “One more thing” moment, right?
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