What was an open secret for a few days has just been made official. A few minutes ago, Apple confirmed the date of its next event. It will be September 14, as we said, at 7:00 p.m. (Spanish time).
It will be a new virtual event, as the company has grown accustomed to us since the happy COVID-19 pandemic broke. With a bit of a joke, the guys from Cupertino dubbed the event “California streaming”.
We already have an official date for Apple’s next virtual keynote. It will be September 14 at 7:00 p.m. in Europe. An event called “California Streaming” where Tim Cook and his team will showcase this year’s new iPhones.
It is expected that in this keynote, Apple will present the new iPhone 13 lineup, and the new Apple Watch Series 7. We might also see the third generation of AirPods.
Other possible novelties to be announced could be a new iPad mini and a new entry-level iPad. However, we don’t expect to see the new Macs at this event. Most likely, Apple will keep them for another separate event in October or November.
“California Streaming” will be streamed live through Apple’s website, the company’s YouTube channel, and through the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. The usual channels of all the virtual keynotes that Apple has made so far.
We also hope that Apple will take the opportunity to announce the official release dates for its next round of software updates. This includes iOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15. macOS Monterey, on the other hand, probably won’t happen until an upcoming Mac-specific event.
So, you can already register on the agenda on September 14th at 7pm, here in Europe with the label: “California streaming”.