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Far Out: Apple Sends Invites For Launch Event on September 7, 2022

After months of speculation, Apple has finally confirmed the date of its next Keynote in which the company will unveil the new iPhone 14, as well as the Apple Watch Series 8.

While previous reports cited the dates of September 13, and more recently September 6, September 7 was chosen as the most important Keynote of the year for Apple. In an invitation sent to reporters last night, Apple has finally confirmed the date of its next “Far out” conference.

This Keynote takes place on a Wednesday, an unusual day for Apple as the company always launches its new products on a Tuesday. It should be an opportunity for the brand to unveil its new iPhone 14, but also are new Apple Watch Series 8 connected watches.

What can we expect from the Apple conference?

The conference was titled “Far out”. We don’t really know what this means, but it could be a clue to the photo enhancements Apple will make to its iPhone 14 series. On the invitation, we see a starry sky, which suggests that Apple has made significant improvements to its night shots.

Four new iPhones are expected to be introduced on September 7. There will be an iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Max, an iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max. It’s the last one that should be the most popular this year because it probably will be the model that will offer the most changes compared to the previous generation.

The four iPhone 14s don’t arrive alone. We know that Apple is also planning to unveil a new series of connected watches, the Apple Watch Series 8. These would be accompanied by a more resistant Pro model. It would also offer a slightly different design, which would be a first since 2018.

In addition to the new devices, Apple is also expected to roll out stable builds of new versions of its operating systems. iOS 16 should finally be available to everyone but it will probably have to wait until October before you can use iPadOS 16.

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