Official launch of iPhone 14 is set for September 7 during the 'Far Out' Event

Last month, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman hinted that the iPhone 14 lineup was going to be launched at an Apple event scheduled for September 7 with indications that they had already started filming some segments of the event. Apple however declined to comment on the matter.

But as it happens, the iPhone 14 lineup launch is indeed going to take place this coming week on September 7 at 10 a.m. PT from their headquarters in Cupertino, (via ZDNet). This will be Apple's first-ever in person ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. They previously held such events virtually, but this time they are running things differently, as is the case of Microsoft's Ignite conference which is expected to run from October 12-14.

However, it is not yet clear if spacing will be limited like the Ignite Conference in an attempt to mitigate the further spreading of the virus. Invites to the event came with a unique tagline "Far Out". Could this be some sort of theme that is tied to this release and enhancements made to this new lineup? As usual, we expect Apple to launch 4 models- an iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Max, an iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max.

There have been a lot of speculations leading out to this launch, where some pointed out that the main iPhone 14 will resemble the iPhone 13 with a slightly bigger 6.7-inch display. There have also been rumors that the notch is being replaced with a pinhole, which users have previously complained about indicating that it takes up too much screen space.

You can catch up on the event from Apples Events Website or head on over to their YouTube channel as they will also be streaming the entire event there. What are your expectations as well as speculations of the iPhone 14 lineup? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section.

 

Share This Post:

Older

How to quickly change where new apps and files are saved on Windows 10 and Windows 11

OnPodcast Episode 82: UK question Activision deal, To-Do in Outlook, unified Surface hardware

Newer