Apple may be planning to go with two events in the month of September instead of just one, claims a report by DigiTimes which it says is based upon inputs from sources within the Apple supply chain. As per the report, one event may be focussed on the iPhone 13 while the other one, on the other products the Cupertino-based tech giant plans to bring to the market.
Remote work and the lifestyle induced by it has cut short on a lot of things businesses had to follow before. Like looking to inform the consumers and media early about their upcoming events and making the necessary arrangements. In this case, a launch event broken up into two days within the same month looks a bit unlikely. Going by Apple’s track record, the tech giant usually gives 10-14 days’ notice before its event, but it has never held a Tuesday event the day after the Labour Day holiday in the US. And going by its launches, it could be better if the second event, if it is happening at all, takes place in October or November. But it is all up for speculation now.
There are a lot of products that could be announced by Apple next month. Starting with the most awaited launch, the iPhone 13 series, a lot of other devices are also in the launch pipeline like the new 14-and 16-inch MacBook Pro, Apple Watch Series 7, new AirPods and AirPods Pro, new iPad and iPad mini etc. With the iPhone 13, Apple is expected to provide a faster charging solution with the 25W charger and also, introduce bigger batteries in the new phones.