Apple’s annual fall event is considered one of the most anticipated events by all technology enthusiasts. The event is known for Apple’s iPhone launches, air pods and everything related to Apple.

According to media reports, a renowned tipster has revealed the date of this year’s iPhone launch.

The long-awaited Apple event will announce the launch of the upcoming iPhone 14 series. According to the advisor, the iPhone 14 series will be announced on September 13, 2022.

In particular, current travel restrictions due to Covid-19 may displace the event online.

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The adviser also suggested that the US multinational company would announce the final dates for the event in August.

Technology celebrities around the world are targeting Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 series, which is likely to include a wide range of iPhone variants. Previous leaks have hinted that the new iPhone 14 series will include the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Interestingly, the Apple iPhone 14 series is not expected to include a Mini version.

The upcoming iPhone 14 series will likely include a brand new 48MP sensor in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. The high-end camera will use pixel collection to display 12MP photos.

The iPhone 14 is expected to launch at a price similar to the iPhone 13 of around 62,000 rupees ($ 799).

Meanwhile, Bloomberg Apple expert Mark Gourmet said iOS would be the highlight of the 2022 World Conference of Developers (WWDC). He also mentioned that the annual event could trigger some major changes to the system. According to the latest leaks, there may be changes for iPhone 12, iPhone 13 after the update of iOS 16.

So far, Apple has not made any official announcement about the date of the event.

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