Apple's "Far Out" event will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, in which the company is expected to introduce the iPhone 14 range as well as new Apple Watch versions, and also maybe make a few other announcements.
The company has announced the date for the September event, traditionally the event where the newest generation iPhone is announced in advance of its world wide launch. At the company's main office in Cupertino there will be an event held on September 7th, 3am on the early morning of September 8 in Australia
It is Now Official
As the rumors have referred to for a couple weeks, the company will have its upcoming large Special Event on September 7, 2022. While other previous functions have been online-only since the COVID epidemic, Apple is back to welcoming some to join them at the Steve Jobs theater personally for this one. Anyone will in addition have the opportunity to watch on the internet, also. The event starts out at 10am Pacific Time (1pm ET, 5pm UTC).
The company is expected to uncover two major product lines at the event: The iPhone 14 phones as well as Apple Watch series 8 devices. Both of these are whispered to have some major updates.
The iPhone 14 is rumored to come in 4 versions: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and also iPhone 14 Pro Max. The "mini" size is gone, replaced by a larger non-pro variety. The Pro versions, at minimum, should get major all new features such as an always-on screen, huge 48-megapixel rear camera, improved battery life, as well as a rapid fresh A16 processor.
Apple Watch series 8 is rumored to have a somewhat refined design with a flatter screen, and an all new, larger, extra-durable "sport" version might just join the range. A body temperature sensor may make its first appearance, too.
Is 'Far out' a hint at a specific thing?
Apple's fun event invites typically drive at a major theme of the devices that will be released. The tagline for this event is "Far out" and includes a star field in the appearance of the Apple logo. There is the obvious indication, that the term "far out" means that Apple is going to reveal items that are, well, far from release. Like an AR headset, Apple Car, or Homepod with screen. That would be extremely out of character for the company, though.
Could this be a nod to the camera functions of the brand new iPhone 14 Pro?
Like each of the iPhone launches we can expect to see accessory as well as case manufacturers introducing all new products to coincide with the introduction of the iPhone 14. This year may well see a lot more appealing add-ons as Apple is rumored to be making some big improvements to the design of the new iPhone. Protective cases particularly are likely to be quite different, so watch out for those from organizations such as Speck, Otterbox, Campad Electronics as well as Incase.
Additionally, we'll be covering the iPhone 14 launch widely here on News24Ghante, so remain tuned for all the most recent news and info. In the meantime, you can check out our iPhone 14 rumors roundup to catch up on every thing we know up until now about Apple's new iPhone.
When will this Apple event start off?
Apple's events usually start at 10 am at the company’s HQ in California, which is 1 pm ET and 6 pm UK time.
Here is exactly what that translates to in the nations where a lot of our visitors live:
- United States: at 10am (PST/PDT), 11 am (MST/MDT), noon (CST/CDT), 1 pm (EST/EDT)
- Canada: as above, and 2 pm (AST/ADT)
- United Kingdom: at 6pm (GMT/BST)
- Europe: at 7pm (CET/CEST)
- Australia: 8 Sept at 1am (AWST/AWDT), 2.30 am (ACST/ACDT), 3am (AEST/AEDT)
- New Zealand: next day at 5 am (NZST/NZDT)
- India: at 10.30 pm (IST)
Apple special events typically go from one or two hours.
Exactly how do I check out the September 7 'Far out' event
To enjoy the event on September 7, head to apple.com/apple-events/ in the browser of your selection. The event will also stream live on the Apple YouTube channel as well as Apple TV app.
View even more informative iPhone 14 news on News24Ghante