Apple’s big event is happening this week and is scheduled for Tuesday, September 14th, 2021 at 6 PM GMT.

You’ll finally get to see a preview of the iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, and possibly even the air-pods 3 during the virtual event next week.

This would be Apples’ 7th virtual event due to COVID-19 Restrictions and health safety, so it’s going to be interesting, to say the least.

We may even see a glimpse of the iPad Mini 6 and a ninth-generation iPad later this year, possibly in October.

Apple so far has had two events in 2021. the first event was in April, where they introduced new iPad upgrades, such as a new M1 Processor, a 5G antenna, and a brighter and more colourful display.

They also introduced and released colourful iMacs in a beautiful pastel blue, yellow, red, and purple.

They also introduced Apple Air-Tags trackers which you can use to track an item using the iPhone ‘Find My’ app.

Then, two months later the annual WWDC, Developer’s event, where we saw MacOS 12, WatchOS 8, iPadOS15, and finally iOS 15.

What products we expect: iPad Mini, iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, and many more.

iPhone 13

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Just like last year, Apple is rumoured to release 4 new iPhone 13’s this year — the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Max — following Ming-Chi Kuo.

Speculations are that the new iPhones will come with a new design, upgraded cameras, battery, and specs.

Apple Watch 7

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Photo by Jess Bailey Designs from Pexels

Apple’s next-gen wearables could include some amazing new features such as a flat-edged, sleek redesign, a better battery life, and a possible blood glucose monitoring sensor.

The apple watch 7 will come with watchOS 8, which was unveiled at WWDC.

Airpods 3

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Rumours suggest that the air-pods 3 will have similar features to the air-pods pro such as spatial audio support, interchangeable tips, a smaller charging case, and a shorter stem.

iPad Mini 6

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Not much to say about the iPad mini apart from a redesign according to Gurman for autumn 2021.

Ninth-generation iPad

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We could see an upgrade to apple’s iPad this autumn with a new ninth-generation model. according to Gurman, the tech giants’ new tablet could feature a slimmer design and a better performing processor.

New MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, Mac Mini, iMac, and Apple Display

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Photo by Nao Triponez from Pexels

Last year Apple decided to ditch intel in creating their own processor respectively called the M1 chip, to power their Macs.

Since then speculations are that Apple may be working on a new version of their M1 chip for the new MacBook Pro or Mac Pro.
Apple previously announced a new iMac Powered by the M1 Processor but was only for the smaller 24-inch model.

Bloomberg has reported that Apple is now working on a processor updated for both the Mac Mini and the 27-inch iMac.

Apple may also be working on a more budget variant of its Pro Display XDR that was originally released in 2019.

Bloomberg reported in January that Apple was in “early development” of the more affordable monitor.


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