Apple fans have a reason to rejoice! The Cupertino based technology giant has finally sent out invites for its annual event during which it launches iPhones. The 2018 version of iPhones will be unveiled to the world on September 12 in the event that will be held at Steve Jobs theatre. The company has given out no word on what it plans to launch, and all analysts have got down to decoding that what the Tim Cook led besides the iPhones could be launched by Apple on September 12.
We have made a list of everything that you can expect at Apple’s September 12 event:
- Three iPhones: What tops the list is obviously the three new iPhones that Apple is all set to launch. If reports are to be believed, then Apple will be launching a 5.8-inch iPhone, a 6.5-inch ‘Plus’ model, and a 6.1-inch iPhone. All three are expected to come with wireless charging and come with 18-watt power adapter. The smartphones will be powered by the all new A12 Bionic processor and are expected to sport improved cameras. While the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch versions may come with OLED screens, the 6.1-inch variant is expected to feature an LCD screen. It has also been reported that the OLED models will come with 512GB storage option.
- New Apple Watch: Since it showcased the first ever Apple Watch in 2014, Apple has launched a new version in its annual September event – with 2015 being the only exceptional year. And this time, we fully to see the Apple Watch Series 4 at the event. The new Apple Watch is expected to be available in two sizes and both will come with a new S4 system-on-chip. The Apple Watch Series 4 will come with thinner bezels and hence – a bigger display. The new Apple Watch is also expected to come with improved health sensors and will be available in both LTE and Wi-Fi models.
- Redesigned iPad Pros: We fully expected to see the revamped version of iPad Pro in WWDC 2018, but Apple chose not to launch it in spring. Now, it is only natural to see them at the September 12 event. The revamped iPads are expected to come in two sizes — 11 inches and 12.9 inches –and sport smaller bezels. They would also not have a Touch ID and will feature the Face ID instead.
- Second generation Airpods: The second generation AirPods by Apple may be dubbed AirPods 2 and if rumours in various reports are true, they come with Siri-integration and are water resistant. A longer battery life, better noise cancellation and an enhanced sound quality are expected from the AirPods 2. Although they are expected to be unveiled at this year’s event, some reports also point towards the possibility of them being launched in 2019.