Every September, Apple announces new iPhones series and other high-profile gadgets. This time, things could be a little different, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new iPhones 12, however, will be just one part of the show. Like last year, Apple will also unveil new gadgets, including the new Apple Watch and new Apple TV.
Here’s a quick rundown of all the things we may expect from Apple.
iPhone 12 Series
The main focus of attraction will be the iPhone 12. For the first time this year, there may be four iPhone 12 models in three different screen sizes, and all four new iPhones will be powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset. Plus, all four models will feature a high-quality, OLED display and it will also include improved cameras. The top-end model may have 3D depth-sensing technology. This year may be the iPhone series may not come with earbuds or a power adapter. The reports say that the base model of the iPhone 12 may cost $649.
Apple Watch Series 6
Apple will surely introduce a new Apple Watch model this year. It might not get any extreme design change, but Series 6 will comprise new features and an updated processor. The sleep-tracking will be a part of the Watch and the new big features of the Watch will be a sensor for blood oxygen monitoring.
There have been rumors swirling for months that Apple is planning to launch an updated version of Apple TV streaming box and it is ready to ship anytime soon. As per the reports, the new Apple TV might be powered by the A12X processor and 64GB or 128GB storage and it is expected to come with a brand new remote.
Some reports claim that Apple is planning to disclose a new location-tracking device called Apple AirTags, it will likely be similar to the popular Bluetooth tracking products. It may enable the users to attach the small, round discs to luggage or backpack and track its location.
Apple wishes to take the AirPods to the next level with a pair of high-end, wireless over-ear headphones. The over-ear cans may be called AirPods Studio, and they will be a rival to the Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Bose Headphones 700. They will come in a “retro look”, oval-shaped ear cups and a thin, metal headband.
The HomePod Mini will be a compact version of the original HomePod with an aim to dominate the wireless, voice-activated speaker realm. There’s no announcement on a price for HomePod Mini, but a smaller version likely means a reasonable price with smart speakers that offer decent audio quality.