Apple has sent out invites to the press for this year’s September event. The event, also famously known as the iPhone event, is set to take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, Cupertino, and will once again be entirely virtual. The event invite reads “California Streaming.”
The event will be streamed online at 10AM Pacific Time / 1PM Eastern Time from Apple Park. You can watch the special event on Apple’s official website, YouTube channel, or via the TV app on Apple devices. As with all Apple events that have commenced after the global health crisis started, this one will also be a pre-taped segment of product unveiling.
The upcoming iPhone is said to have design changes, including a smaller notch, a 120Hz display (like the iPad Pro), and some camera enhancements. However, it will look pretty much similar to the iPhone 12, which brought a major design change to the iPhone line-up in recent years.
In addition, the Apple Watch Series 7 and AirPods 3 are also expected to see the light of the day during “California Streaming.” We will also get the release dates for the softwares that Apple previewed earlier at WWDC 2021. Apple is reportedly set to host multiple events this fall, so additional products like the next batch of Apple silicon Macs may debut on a later date than on September 14.