The iPhone 14 will be presented on September 7

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We already have the release date of the iPhone 14 according to Mark Gurman: September 7. It is the day when we will see the new iPhones that Apple has prepared for us, in addition to the Apple Watch Series 8.

At this point, it is normal that Apple has almost everything ready for the presentation event of the next iPhone models and the rest of the devices that we are going to see accompanying the Apple smartphone. The iPhone remains, by far, the company’s flagship product, not only because it’s the best known, but also because it accounts for more than half of Apple’s sales. This is why the phone presentation event is one of the most anticipated events year after year by the media and by technology fans. This year, expectations are not too high

for all the circumstances that affect the major manufacturers of technological products, but important news is still expected in the next iPhone 14, or at least in the iPhone 14 Pro.

The launch event will take place in streaming, as has become the custom since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The various employees of the company who participate in the presentation videos have been recording for weeks the various segments that will form another very polished presentation of Apple. We will see not only the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, but also the Apple Watch Series 8 with its different models, including the very popular “Rugged” model, which is more resistant and oriented towards more intense sports practice.

The date hasn’t been confirmed by Apple at this time, so information may vary, but Gurman claims to have inside sources who have confirmed it. If the launch event is on the 7th, the most normal thing is that the 16th of that same month is the date when the iPhone goes on salewith reservations from one week before.



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