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Apple’s last event was yesterday, but gossip is already heating up about a fourth event later this year. Responding to a question about there will be two events” from Apple this fall, as usual. Gurman says the second event could focus on . This is a pattern Apple has followed in years past. Besides the , we’re also still wondering about the release date of the .on Twitter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that he expects “
At the company’s iOS 15, which will be publicly available to install next week, and features a few , upped storage, a new A15 Bionic processor and more.on Tuesday, Apple unveiled its new alongside the , and . The lineup mirrors last year’s collection with a standard, , version. The updated iPhone runs on
Prior to Apple’s latest launch event, the company hosted two other events earlier in 2021. The first event was in April, where we saw new, , , and more. ( .) Then, two months later, it held the annual developers event, where we saw a , (aka MacOS 12), and .
But what about this rumored October Apple event? Will we see aor the ? ? Read on for everything we know so far about a potential fourth Apple event happening this fall, including a rumored date and which products Apple could unveil. We’ll update this story as new information becomes available.
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When is the next Apple event? It could be in October
Apple typically hosts three to four events in a year with a spring event, a summer developer conference and one or two more events in the fall. The fall events are usually scheduled for September and October. The, tends to feature new iPhones and Apple Watch upgrades, while the October event typically features new Macs and iPads, which tallies with Gurman’s prediction.
Apple’s event pattern slightly shifted in 2020 due to production delays during the pandemic. Last year’s September Apple event unveiled the Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE and updated iPad models — but no new iPhone. The company later revealed the iPhone 12 in October. Last year’s Apple event was also online-only due to the pandemic. A livestream was available as usual through the company’s website.
But, this year, Apple returned to its usual September schedule with another virtual event. Since Apple has often hosted an October event throughout the past decade (with the exception of 2019, 2017 and 2015), it’s likely another Apple event is just around the corner.
New products we expect: AirPods 3, Macs and more
Apple already unveiled a slew of hardware and software upgrades during its previous 2021 events, including the, , and an . But, there are still the tech giant to announce in the fall. We hope to see the , a larger , a more affordable Apple Display, a with a rumored update to Apple’s M1 chip. We’re also on the lookout for an Apple competitor to smart display, a soundbar with a built-in Apple TV and an .
Apple’s AirPods could be getting an update sometime this year, according to an. Rumors suggest the will have similar features to the like , a shorter stem, interchangeable tips and a smaller charging case. Here’s , and here’s how we think the .
New MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, Mac Mini, iMac and Apple Display
Last year, Apple announced that it would be producing its own chip, known as the M1, to power its Mac. Since then, there has been speculation thatof its processor for the new MacBook Pro or Mac Pro.
Apple also previously announced, but it was only the smaller 24-inch model. Bloomberg has reported that for both the Mac Mini and 27-inch iMac.
Apple may also be working on a more affordable version of itsthat was originally released in 2019. Bloomberg reported in January that Apple was in “ ” of a cheaper monitor.
Echo Show competitor, soundbar with Apple TV and AR/VR headset
We could see some brand-new devices from Apple this year. This includes the possibility of anto the that would fuse an entry-level iPad with a speaker, a similar to , and an .
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