The Next Apple Event: Dates, News, Rumors, and Announcements

What to expect from the computer giant's next launch event

Apple event logo for September 2021


Apple holds events several times each year to announce new products and services. Aside from the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), there are usually Spring and Fall events that zero in on certain products.

A random extra event can pop up, too, as it did in October 2021 to announce the new MacBook Pro and the 3rd generation of AirPods.

What Is the Next Apple Event?

The next Apple event will be its Worldwide Developers Conference, which will take place June 6-10, 2022.

How to Attend the Event

Apple usually offers a free live stream to everyone; the June 2022 event is expected to be no different. Crank up your PC or mobile device and connect in to see what the tech giant has to show.

What Announcements Will Apple Make?

Apple likes to keep everyone on their toes and doesn't release much information to the public before the event.

That said, Apple is expected to reveal the new operating systems iPadOS 16, iOS 16, macOS 13, tvOS 16, and watchOS 9 during its June 2022 event.

Below is a look at what happened at the March 2022 event.

What Was Announced at the March 2022 Event?

In addition to Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+, Apple made several exciting product announcements:

The new iPhone SE 3 powered by the A15 bionic chip was announced. It delivers an enhanced experience with a 6-core CPU, 4-core GPU, and 16-core neural engine; better battery life; and 5G connectivity.

The iPad Air 5, powered by the M1 chip, features 5G connectivity and a 12 megapixel camera that supports Center Stage. It works with more accessories, including the Magic Keyboard and 2nd Generation Apple Pencil. It's available in Wi-Fi and cellular models.

The energy-efficient, brand new Mac Studio is available with either the M1 Max chip or the M1 Ultra chip. You can think of it as a Mac Mini on a rocket sled: a small footprint with tons of power. With the M1 Max chip, it offers 64 GB of unified memory, and with the M1 Ultra chip, it offers 128 GB of unified memory and 8TB of capacity.

Also new, the Apple Studio Display comes with enhanced tilt, height, and swivel options. It's powered by the A13 bionic chip and has 14.7 million pixels, 600 nits brightness, true tone, and an anti-reflective coating, It features a 12 megapixel, ultra-wide camera, 3-mic array, and 6-speaker sound system.

The Latest News About Apple

While you can always read the latest technology news on Lifewire, here are some pieces of interest involving Apple in particular.

Stay tuned for more Apple news and announcements in this space.

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