Get ready for an exciting Apple event on September 12th, 2023! Apple is all set to unveil its latest iPhone models during their “Wonderlust” keynote, which kicks off at 10 AM PT, 1 PM in New York, 6 PM in London, and 7 PM in Paris. The best part? You can catch all the action right here!
So, what’s the buzz? Rumor has it that Apple is about to introduce a new lineup of iPhones, including the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. But here’s the twist: they might be swapping out stainless steel for titanium in the “Pro” models. Why? Well, titanium frames could make these devices lighter and give the screens a sleeker look with thinner bezels. We’re all curious about how it’s going to look, but we’ll have to wait until Apple’s big reveal to find out.
But that’s not all! Apple is also making a significant change to its charging port. Say goodbye to the familiar Lightning port because Apple is adopting the more standard USB-C port, thanks to EU regulations. How will Apple present this shift, and how will iPhone enthusiasts react to the change? It’s going to be quite interesting to see!
And that’s not the end of it. There’s a chance that Apple might surprise us with a brand new Apple Watch. As Apple tends to refresh the Apple Watch annually, this event might be the perfect time to introduce something new. We’re still in the dark about the details, though.
Last but not least, Apple could drop a few hints about the Vision Pro. As you might know, the iPhone event is known for drawing a massive crowd, and this year, Apple might use it as an opportunity to tease their upcoming VR headset, which is expected to launch next year.
Now, when it comes to watching this event, you have options! You can catch the live stream right here on this page because Apple is streaming the conference on YouTube. Just hit that play button when the time comes. If you’re an Apple TV user, open the TV app and look for the “Apple Special Event” section.
It’ll allow you to stream the event live and even rewatch past ones. And if you prefer not to use YouTube or don’t have an Apple TV, fear not! Apple also lets you livestream the event from the Apple Events section on their website. It’s compatible with all major browsers like Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Google Chrome.
So mark your calendar for September 12th, and get ready for a thrilling Apple event filled with new iPhones, possible Apple Watch updates, and a sneak peek into the future of the Vision Pro. It’s going to be a tech-lover’s paradise!