Like every year at the start of the school year, Apple organizes a keynote which is generally an opportunity to unveil its latest smartphones. This year, it will therefore be a question of the iPhone 14 among other novelties. The new iPhones should largely take over the design of the previous generation.
They will benefit at least in part from a new super-powerful Apple Silicon chip, A16 Bionic. As well as new LPTO screens capable of adapting the refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz – and delivering an Always-On display on the locked screen. The next smartphones should also unfold beautiful photo and video improvements.
The iPhone 14 keynote will take place on September 7, 2022
To find out more about everything that awaits fans of the brand, we suggest you read our complete file which summarizes everything we know at this stage about the next generation iPhone 14. The same big question remains as every year: when does Apple plan to tell us more about its upcoming smartphones?
Usually the firm organizes its traditional keynote in the first two weeks of September. This reduces the shooting window. However, three fairly reliable analysts are now advancing the same date of September 7, 2022 for the iPhone 14 keynote. Apple has not yet sent its traditional invitation card.
But there is no doubt that the firm has already set the date internally – which may have allowed the info to get out, especially among analysts who follow the firm’s news closely. In general, Apple sends out its official invitations a little at the last moment, often just a few days before the event.
The presentation of the new iPhones is a pre-recorded event, only online – we know that Apple has been preparing this keynote for at least a week. Along with the iPhone 14s, the firm is expected to unveil a new SE model, new iPads and Macs. There should also be talk of new Apple Watch Series 8 smartwatches.
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Apple should take the opportunity to also launch the latest major versions of its operating systems, in particular iPadOS 16, iOS 16, and macOS Ventura.