We’re almost certainly going to see Apple unveil the new iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. A new Apple Watch is also expected with a redesign of the chassis, most likely called the Apple Watch Series 7. New AirPods and iPads could also appear.
The iPhone 13 lineup will largely resemble the iPhone 12 in terms of exterior appearance, but with a smaller display notch and a modified camera module. Apple will offer the same screen sizes – 5.4in, 6.1in, and 6.7in – as last year.
The main features of the new iPhones are expected to be a high refresh rate 120Hz display for Pro models and camera upgrades including higher quality ultra-wide lenses and cinematic Portrait video modes. The iPhone 13 will also feature Apple’s latest A15 system on a chip, and will be sold for the first time in a 1TB storage configuration.
The new Apple Watch Series 7 will represent the biggest case redesign since the inception of the watch. Apple aligns the sides in the same way as the design aesthetic of the 2018 iPad Pro, iPhone 12, and iMac 2021. It also shrinks the screen bezels to make screens larger by about 15-20%. The overall size of the case will drop from 40mm and 44mm to 41mm and 45mm respectively. Apple is expected to launch new watch faces that take full advantage of the larger screen canvas.
The AirPods 3 are also slated for release today. Representing only the second update to the base AirPods model since their introduction in 2016, the AirPods 3 will feature shorter stems similar to their AirPods Pro siblings. Improvements in battery life and spatial audio with support for head tracking are also expected.
We’ve also seen persistent rumors that iPad updates are imminent. An update to the base $ 329 iPad model will bring a minor overhaul with thinner bezels and a faster processor, while the iPad mini will get a more drastic update with a design similar to that of the iPad. ‘iPad Air, with slim symmetrical bezels, a Touch ID power button, and support for the second generation Apple Pencil. However, it’s unclear whether the iPad mini will launch at the event today or at a second Apple event later in the year.
Stay tuned to 9to5Mac. We will of course bring you full coverage of all announcements. Apple’s first product event of the fall will begin at 10:00 a.m. PT.
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