Apple’s next big launch is on September 7. You can just guess, and everyone does, on what the next big launch from Palo Alto will be. But remember it is just a guess at the end of the day. Apple always manages to surprise everyone with what they bring to the table in the end, even though the impact of this has been coming down over the past few launches due to the barrage of leaks. But yes, there is a big ticket Apple event in San Francisco on September 7 and there will be a bunch of new devices.
What will be launched?
So far the expectation is that Apple will announce the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. However, there has been some talk about an Apple iPhone 6SE and even an Apple iPhone 7 Pro. We can only wait and watch to see what all CEO Tim Cook unveils on Wednesday. For now it seems the iPhone 7 Pro is pretty much off the list though. There will be a new Apple Watch in all probability, maybe be with a SIM slot, but surely running WatchOS 3. There is also likely to be one or more new iPads and a new range of MacBooks too.
What are the new iPhone 7 features?
There are a lot of rumours doing the rounds. But the features that look certain are the dual camera rig, most probably on the costlier iPhone 7 Plus, a version with 256GB internal storage and no 3.5mm audio jack on the phones. Also, Apple is likely to make 32GB storage standard in the base model.
The disclaimer here is that everything about an Apple event is in the realm of speculation till Tim Cook takes the stage. And we just don’t know what is up Apple’s sleeve. However, we will let you know with live coverage from the Bill Graham Centre on Wednesday.