An annual tech ritual will begin next week with the release of the new iPhone.
On September 7, Apple will conduct an event at its Cupertino, California, headquarters where it is anticipated that executives will introduce the iPhone 14.
Apple normally launches its iconic smartphone in September, even though the tech giant has not publicly confirmed a new iPhone would be included in invitations issued to reporters last week.
The event also ushers in a busy period for technology as businesses release new gadgets and devices in front of the Christmas shopping season.
The following information is essential about Apple’s technology showcase on Wednesday.
What is the Apple event like?
Unless Apple breaks with decades of precedent, a new iPhone will be released. Apple has nevertheless also shown some of its other technological offerings. Apple debuted a new iPad Mini, an upgraded model of its affordable iPad, and a new Apple Watch last year.
According to reports, Apple may include an always-on display and make considerable improvements to the phone’s camera system with the iPhone 14.
When will the iPhone 14 be on sale?
Apple will announce this the following week. However, if past events are any indication, Apple opened iPhone preorders the Friday after the presentation, with the devices going on sale for real the following week. Preorders should start on September 9 and the new iPhones should go on sale on September 16 if Apple continues on this path.
How pumped up are Apple fans for the new iPhone ?
Not that much, maybe. The U.S.-based digital marketing company Time2Play conducted a poll of more than 2,500 iPhone users who had an iPhone X or later. Only 9.5% of responders, according to their findings, were unquestionably upgrading. But 59% of respondents claimed they had no intentions to upgrade. According to the study, those who are unsure would want to see a better camera, a bigger battery, and USB-C charging.
Considering iOS 16
Don’t forget that the most recent version of iOS will be updated to all eligible iPhones. Apple released iOS 16 on the Monday before the iPhone 13 went on sale the previous year. If Apple continues along that path this year, iOS 16 would debut on September 12th.
Which iPhone models work with iOS 16 ?
The second generation or later variants of the iPhone SE, as well as every iPhone model starting with the iPhone 8 and beyond, will support iOS 16.