September 14 launch set by Apple

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After weeks of speculations that have been going round, tech giant Apple has finally gone on to announce the date with respect to its iPhone launch. The tech giant has proceeded on to send out invites for the event – which will be a virtual one.

The invite, which has gone on to surface online, proceeds on to reveal that the new iPhone 13 series will be announced on the 14th of September. Indeed if Apple isn’t bent on launching its products on Tuesdays, September 13 would actually represent a great choice when it comes to announcing the iPhone 13.

It is expected that the event will be live-streamed, like much of the events which have been held in the recent times by Apple courtesy of the covd-19 pandemic.

Also Read: iPhone 13 satellite feature – only available in select countries?

The tech giant is indeed expected to launch the iPhone 13 Mini, the iPhone 13, the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. All of the three are expected to make way with the new Apple A15 Bionic chipset which will also of course be unveiled at the event. They are also indeed expected to come with larger battery capacities, faster charging and are also likely to make way with the aid of reverse wireless charging. It has also indeed been reported actually that the new iPhones will make way with the support for satellite communication in cases where cellular connectivity isn’t exactly available. However though, this particular feature might not be available in all regions just yet. It is also said of course that the new iPhones could end up getting more color options.

All in all though, the brand is also expected to announce the Apple Watch Series 7, new iPads and also the Airpods 3 – all of which is likely to take place on this same day. 

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