It’s Official: iPhone 13 Event of Apple is Sept. 14

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Screenshot: Apple – Apple has recently sent invits and we have questions about its annual iPhone launch event.

We knew it came and you knew it came, but the waiting game is ended. The launch event for its iPhone 13, which will take place on Sept, 14th at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, just been sent by Apple. And the event will be webcast in Apple Park for the second year in a row instead of in person.

Apple often teases with cryptic taglines and imagery what is on deck for its events and this time is no exception. The invite now contains the term “Streaming of California.” Maybe that’s just a suggestion that we are in for a live debut event yet again. Although it was hoped that we would return to the Apple Park events earlier this year, the Covid-19 Delta variation made the kibosh a little longer.

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Like the iPhone 12, four iPhone 13 variants are anticipated: one iPhone 13 ordinary, one 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max and for the most recently one iPhone 13 Mini. We’ve got a pretty decent sense of what Apple was planning after months and months of rumors. Enhanced camera and video, 120Hz pro models display, 6E Wi-Fi access, larger batteries and potentially a stronger MagSafe range can be expected for a smaller range. Maybe you’d like your wallet to prepare. The iPhone 13 models may be more expensive because of the current global chip shortage in recent reports.

The only thing we could not see, however, is the iPhone 13. An appearance might include Apple Watch Series 7, AirPods 3, and perhaps a new iPad mini. Alongside the new iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 7 was most likely to be introduced although recent speculations suggest that the device may be delayed due to production problems. However, a leaked watch with a somewhat larger display and flat-edged design has been displayed. If the Series 7 appears, it may be that the supply is limited until the production problems of Apple are smoothed.

The Air Pods 3 are reported to have a sales date from September 30, and some design aspects are believed to be borrowed from the AirPods Pro. With regard to the iPad Mini, we foresee a renovation closer to the iPad Air that features small bezels and has no home button. A speedier chip, USB-C and a smart accessory connector are to be available as well.

At least we will not wait much longer for the hardware you may purchase from Apple this fall. You can expect that Gizmodo is performing our regular liveblog and analysis, so check out our full coverage next week.