Everything you need to know about Apple’s upcoming events in 2023, including dates, times, and any potential product launches.
This time at Apple event in September 2023, Apple is anticipated to unveil the next iPhone 15 line. New iPads, AirPods, and Apple Watches were all available at the same time. We learned the event will take place on September 13 from sources.
Last year in September 2022, Apple event took place on September 7 of that year. This year’s iPhone event is taking place sooner than in previous years. For instance, in 2021 the event took place on September 14, and in 2020 it was even later, although 2020 was a unique year because of Covid-19.
Although Apple hasn’t officially confirmed the event date, we anticipate it to occur around September’s first week, with September 12 or 13 of 2023 appearing to be the most likely dates. Although September 6 and 7 are potentially viable dates, it seems doubtful that Apple will host an event that early given the rumours that the iPhone release this year may be postponed.
What will Apple release at its presentation in September?
The new iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are anticipated to be the event’s main attractions, followed closely by the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus. A new iPad mini and the long-rumored AirPods Lite could also be released. The Lightning-equipped Apple Earpods could be replaced by future USB-C models.The new Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 are also likely to be released soon.
Apple will probably reveal the release date for the updated iOS 17 and watchOS 10 operating systems at the iPhone event, most likely a few days following the event. The release date for iPadOS 17, which is often available at the same time as iOS but may occasionally be available a little later, may also be announced. Apple is also likely to announce the release dates for the tvOS and HomePod software updates.
iPhone 15 will have a same 6.1-inch display with Dynamic Island, an A16 processor, the same 6GB of RAM, but it could also have LPDDR5 RAM, a U2 chip, USB-C in place of Lightning, a solid-state mute button, and new green, yellow, and pink finishes.
iPhone 15 Plus:
iPhone 15 Plus will have 6.7-inch display with Dynamic Island, A16 processor, identical 6GB RAM with a potential move to LPDDR5 RAM, U2 chip, USB-C in place of Lightning, mute switch to become solid-state button, new green, yellow, and pink finishes.
iPhone 15 Pro:
iPhone 15 pro features a same 6.1-inch screen with Pro Motion and Dynamic Island, smaller bezels and rounder corners, an A17 processor, 8GB of RAM, a U2 chip, USB-C instead of Lightning, a solid-state mute button, and a new dark red colour.
Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro Max Ultra
Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro Max Ultra features the same 6.7-inch display with Pro Motion and Dynamic Island, slimmer bezels and rounded corners, an A17 processor, 8GB of RAM, a U2 chip, USB-C in place of Lightning, a new dark red finish, a periscope lens with 6x optical zoom, and support for 8K video recording.
Series 9 Apple Watch & Apple Watch Ultra
It appears that there are multiple Apple Watches in development. There will be an Apple Watch 9 and a new Apple Watch Ultra, but not much else.
Apple Watch 9: S9 chip, same-sized 41mm and 45mm, longer battery life.
Apple Watch Ultra 2: Same-sized 49mm watch, S9 processor, longer battery life.
It’s time to upgrade the AirPods Max.
There are rumours concerning Apple’s alleged $99 AirPods Lite earbuds.
When and where does the Apple event will begin?
The Apple Event will begin at 10:30 p.m. in India, of that much we can be very certain. What that means in various nations throughout the world is as follows:
India : 10.30 p.m. (IST)
U.S : PDT 10 am, MDT 11 am, CDT 12 pm, and EDT 1 pm
U.K : BST 6 p.m.
Europe: CEST 7 p.m.
Australia: The following morning at 1:00 (AWST), 2.30 (ACST), and 3:30 (AEST)
New Zealand: At 5 a.m. (NZST) the following day.