iPhone 14 Launch Event Tag Leaked

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The date for the launch event of the iPhone 14 finally seems set in stone. On September 7th, Apple is scheduled to unveil the Watch Series 8 alongside the 14th generation of the iPhone. There will probably be a second fall event presenting new iPads and a Mac Pro with Apple chips.

Apple experts and leakers actually expected Apple to introduce the iPhone 14 on September 6th. Apparently, however, the Californians are now taking a day longer and will only present the new iPhone and the Watch Series 8 on September 7th, reports Apple expert Mark Gurman for Bloomberg (via MacRumors). However, the date for the launch event deviates from the usual Apple pattern. As a rule, the company presents its new products on Tuesdays – but now it has become a Wednesday.

Official sales start probably on September 16th

Invitations to Apple events usually arrive a week in advance. At the end of August, Apple should also officially communicate the launch. As Gurman reports, the company is said to have told its employees in the stores that they should prepare for the sale of new products on September 16th. Thus, the official start of sales of the new iPhones and Apple Watches seems to have been confirmed.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro (each with a 6.1-inch display diagonal) as well as the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone Pro Max (each with a 6.7-inch display diagonal) will be presented on September 7th. However, only the Pro models will receive the new A16 chip. Apple is also unveiling three new smartwatches: the Apple Watch Series 8, a revised Apple Watch SE and an Apple Watch Pro, which is intended to appeal to extreme athletes in particular.

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New iPads and Mac Pro probably only planned for the second fall event

Apple is said to have saved the presentation of the new iPads and a fresh Mac Pro for a second fall event. That should probably take place in October. There, the Californians will most likely show a cheap entry-level iPad, revised iPad Pro models and a Mac Pro with the latest Apple chip.

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