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


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

A random extra event can pop up, too. However, last October, Apple announced its new products via press releases. These included the 6th-generation iPad Pro with the Apple M2 chip and the 10th-generation iPad with the Apple A14 Bionic chip.

What Is the Next Apple Event?

The next Apple event will be its annual World Wide Developers Conference, or WWDC, from June 5 to June 9, 2023.

How to Attend the Event

Apple offers a free live stream to everyone; the June 2023 event should be no different. Crank up your PC or mobile device and connect 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, at the June event, we expect Apple to present MacOS 14, iPadOS 17, iOS 17, watchOS 10, and other software upgrades. In addition, they're expected to show a teaser of the Apple VR Reality Pro headset.

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

What Was Announced at the September 2022 Event?

In addition to an always-on display for Apple Watch, Apple made several exciting product and software announcements:

The company announced three new Apple Watches: the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE, and the rugged Apple Watch Ultra for use in extreme conditions. Each comes equipped with emergency SOS and crash detection.

Apple introduced new AirPods, powered by the H2 chip, with personalized spatial audio, active noise cancellation, and six hours of listening time on a single charge.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are 6.1" and 6.7", respectively, and run on the A15 Bionic chip for 18 percent faster performance and smoother graphics. They feature enhanced camera capabilities and emergency SOS via satellite and crash detection.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max run on the A16 Bionic chip and deliver enhanced power efficiency, display, and camera capabilities. They offer significant camera upgrades with a ProRAW feature that provides complete creative control over images. Both devices also have emergency SOS via satellite and crash detection.

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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